Estate Planning for Children with Special Needs

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This event is for families raising a child who has special needs.  You will learn the fundamentals of estate planning and establishing a special needs trust for your child’s future.  You will also learn about important coming-of-age issues to consider when your child becomes a legal adult at age 18 and transitions out of special education at age 22.

Professionals who work with children and young adults with special needs are also welcome to attend.

  Questions?  Contact us at maycenterpac@gmail.com

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This event is FREE and open to the public.

Donations to help support this event are greatly appreciated!  Suggested donation is $25.  The May Center School PAC is a volunteer run organization and has NO overhead – that’s right, 100% of all money raised is put back into events, which include community outreach and advocacy for children with special needs and their families, as well as events and activities for students with special needs at the May Center School | West Springfield.

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Donations also accepted at the event.

  The May Center School PAC would like to extend a huge THANK YOU to our event sponsors:

                                               

 

  About our speaker:

Seunghee Cha, Partner – Bulkey Richardson

Seunghee Cha is a member of the firm’s Trusts and Estates Department. In her comprehensive estate planning practice Seunghee assists individuals and families from all walks of life in areas including general estate planning; special-needs planning for individuals living with intellectual, developmental, and age-related disabilities; guardianship, conservatorship and alternatives; estate settlement; and trust administration.

Her special-needs planning services include advising on publicly-funded benefits, establishing and funding special-needs trusts, advising on the selection of trustees and trust-administration services, and representing trustees, trust advisors and beneficiaries. Seunghee also advises family-law attorneys regarding options for alimony, child support, and division of assets involving spouses and children with disabilities and advises personal-injury attorneys in determining the best settlement options for plaintiffs with mental incapacity or other disabilities, including evaluation of eligibility for and preservation of public benefits.

Seunghee serves on the board of directors of the Center for Human Development and The Loomis Communities. She is a past board member of The United Arc and NAMI Western Massachusetts, Inc. Seunghee is a frequent speaker on special needs planning, estate planning, and related issues.

 

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