ELDER LAW | ESTATE PLANNING | SPECIAL NEEDS

ELDER LAW | ESTATE PLANNING | SPECIAL NEEDS

Avoid Probate and Guardianship
in 5 Easy Steps

Secrets of Good Estate Planning in New Jersey and New York

Secrets of Good Estate Planning
in New Jersey and New York

About The Webinar

Everyone knows something about probate and adult guardianship and probably has heard how important it is to avoid those proceedings. But not everyone knows what it really means and why they need to avoid it. In this presentation, we will explain what those proceedings are and share some of the strategies that attorneys use to avoid probate and guardianship and help clients to protect themselves and their families.

You’ll Learn:

  • What probate is and isn’t. How to avoid probate (and whether you need to avoid it).

  • The difference between having a Will and a Living Trust. How to determine which one you need.

  • What is adult guardianship and why is it so important to avoid?

  • The differences between a Power of Attorney, a Health Care Proxy, and an Advance Directive.

  • The different types of a Power of Attorney (durable vs. non-durable, immediate vs. springing, general vs. limited), and how to determine which one you need.

  • How to protect yourself, your family, and your assets in the event of incapacity and upon your death.

About Our Presenter

Kevin R. Cropsey, Esq.

Kevin R. Cropsey, Esq. is an associate attorney with Milvidskiy Law Group P.C. His practice is concentrated on probate, estate litigation, and guardianship of incapacitated adults. Mr. Cropsey offers a unique perspective on estate planning based on his experience with cases where something went wrong. In this presentation, he will share his experience so that you can avoid making the same mistakes when planning your estate.

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    7
    Wednesday

    Dec
    9
    Friday

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