Milwaukee: Special Needs Saturday at the Milwaukee Public Museum

  • Milwaukee Public Museum 800 West Wells Street Milwaukee, WI, 53233 United States

Special Needs Saturday @ Milwaukee Public Museum

What will happen to your child when you are no longer around to take care of them? How does the ABLE Act of 2014 impact their future? This session will help families plan for the financial future of their child(ren), or other dependents, with special needs. Learn how to maintain eligibility for government benefits while meeting the needs for a lifetime of care and quality of life issues. This presentation will cover estate planning, guardianship, wills and trusts, and letters on intent.

Important issues to be discussed:
-       Government Benefit Eligibility
-       Guardianship & Guardian Ad Litem
-       ABLE Act of 2014
-       Special Needs Trust & Letter of Intent

EVENT DATE: Saturday, June 10, 2017

RSVP: (414) 203-1938 by Monday, June 5, 2017

TIME: Choice of two sessions: 10am-11:30am OR 1:30pm-3pm (Seating is limited)                                 

ADDRESS: 800 W. Wells St., Milwaukee 53233 (Garden Gallery, Main Floor) Parking at MacArthur Square Parking Lot

CHAPERON RATIO: One Adult (18+) Per Three Kiddos (K4+)

If you cannot attend, but want to schedule a free, private consultation, we suggest that you contact Bob Johnston, Special Needs Planning, LLC, at (414) 203-1932.

While the parent(s) are attending the session, the rest of the family (the other parent or caregiver) will receive complimentary admission. (Complimentary admission limited to first 150 people.) Light refreshments will be served.

Compliments of the Down Syndrome Association of Wisconsin and Special Needs Planning, LLC