1423 Tilton Road, Northfield, NJ 08225                                                                                                                                                                                                                      
609-380-4918
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Seminar

On November 12, 2019

19-19 EHU 11/12/19 Financing Nursing Home Costs

$ for Member / Early Bird Fee $ before November 30
$ for Non Member / Early Bird Fee $ before November 30    Become Member

Topics Discussed at the Seminar

  • Elder Law (Disability Planning) vs. Traditional Estate Planning
  • 5 Key Documents you should have
  • Federal & NJ Estate & Inheritance Tax Issues
  • Financing Nursing & Stay at Home Care

Purpose (Aims) of the Seminar

  • Assist you in maintaining your dignity, authonomy and independence by ensuring you have the right legal documents
  • Inform you how to protect your hard earned assets from estate taxes, inheritance taxes & nursing home consts
  • Motivate you to call our office so we can represent you and protect your estate
  • Save you money!!!

Start: November 12, 2019 06:00 pm
End: November 12, 2019 08:00 pm
Course Objective To increase knowledge.
CPE Hours 2/0
IRS Program Number n/a
Level Basic
Prerequisites None
Field of Study Specialized Knowledge

Kean University, Hillside, NJ
215 North Avenue
Hillside, NJ 07205
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908-737-5326
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Address: 1423 Tilton Road, Unit 1
Northfield
US, 08225
Phone: 609-380-4918
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Banjamin D. Eckman

Benjamin D. Eckman, Esq. concentrates his practice on Elder Law & Estate Planning. Elder law is intended to broadly assist "extended living". An elder law practitioner provides the legal information necessary for persons whose lives will extend or have already extended beyond the time when all children are usually out of the house and when regular employment ceases. After the elder law attorney and client complete their work, legal documents have been drafted, tax considerations have been analyzed, and a plan to protect the elder's estate has been implemented.

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