Estate Planning – The Legal Side of Wills, Powers of Attorney, and Trusts
March 30, 2016
These Estate Planning workshops educate families about the importance of having properly drafted and legally binding Wills, Trusts and Powers of Attorney for Property and Personal Care. You will learn how these key estate planning documents will improve your legal health and protect your family legacy, with emphasis on terms necessary to protect your family members that have a disability. This session will also include a discussion on the legal implications of family members who are on government assistance programs.
Vaughan & Associates has worked with MS over the last 4 years.
They provide educational presentations about The Families Affected by Disabilities (FAD) Program that include:
Government Programs with the Disability Tax Credits, and the Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP),
Risk Management – Looking after what could go wrong,
Financial and Legal – Estate Planning
Wills, Power of Attorney, Trusts
The Families Affected by Disability (FAD) program has assisted many families connected with MS and other Associations. This presentation is designed to provide you and your family insight to avenues you can pursue to further assist yourself.
35 Belmont Ave., Kitchener, ON N2M 1L2
Wednesday, March 30, 2016 6:30 – 8:00 PM.
Iain came to the Bar in 1990 and has practiced full service law for the past 24 years. He specializes in matters of law that include Wills, Powers of Attorney, and Trusts and how they affect individuals or families with a disability or chronic condition.
These Workshop series also provide solutions and product education on topics that include saving, investing, insurance, mortgages, government disability tax credit & the registered disability savings plan, among others..
Email Iain directly at: email@example.com
This Event is hosted by: