Donald D. Vanarelli, Esq. (http://VanarelliLaw.com/) will present at the 8th Annual Senior Lawyers Conference given by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education on April 3, 2017 at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
Mr. Vanarelli will provide an overview of elder law planning in New Jersey, including a discussion of nursing home issues and Medicaid eligibility. For additional information regarding this event, contact the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education (NJICLE) at 732-214-8500 or visit their website at http://www.njicle.com/.
Young lawyers, experienced practitioners and senior attorneys should register to learn the key strategies needed to plan for future retirement with confidence at this 2017 conference!
For additional information regarding guardianship contests, conservatorships, estate litigation, Medicaid and public benefits planning, as well as elder law and estate planning issues, contact the Law Office of Donald D. Vanarelli at 908-232-7400, or visit them online at http://VanarelliLaw.com/.
|Gary Skoloff, Esq.
Past Chair, NJSBA Family Law Section
Past President, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers – NJ Chapter
Past Chair, ABA Family Law Section
Member,New Jersey Supreme Court Family Law Committee
Co-author, New Jersey Family Law Practice (15th Ed., 2013, NJICLE)
Skoloff & Wolfe, PC (Livingston)
|Ash Ahluwalia, MBA, NSSA, CSSCS, CFP
National Social Security Partners (Bridgewater)
|Robert Borteck, Esq.
Robert D. Borteck, PC (Livingston)
|Peter Greenbaum, Esq.
Wilentz, Goldman and Spitzer, PA (Woodbridge)
AXA Business Solutions (Secaucus)
|Kathleen Hedden, RN, BSN
Horizon BCBSNJ (Farmingdale)
|Ellen C. Marshall, Esq. (Ret.)|
|Gregory J. Roberts
The Roberts Group
Morgan Stanley Wealth Management (Lawrenceville)
|Michael Saponara, CPA/ABV, JD
Financial Research Associates (Edison)
|Michael Schaff, Esq.
Wilentz, Goldman and Spitzer, PA (Woodbridge)
|Paula Sawyer, Esq., RN
NJ Lawyers Assistance Program (New Brunswick)
|Donald D. Vanarelli, Esq.
Recipient, Lifetime Achievement Award, NJ State Bar, Elder and Disability Law Section
Certified Elder Law Attorney by the ABA-accredited National Elder Law Foundation
Past Chair, NJSBA Elder and Disability Law Section
Accredited Veterans Attorney
Former Social Security Claim Representative Law Offices of Donald D. Vanarelli (Westfield)
|About The Program:|
As a young lawyer, an experienced practitioner or a senior attorney, do you have a strategy in place for retirement? New Jersey attorneys need to be thinking of these issues now. How will repeal of the estate tax impact your practice? Do you have a handle on everything you need to thrive after you retire? Register today to learn the key strategies you need to know to plan your exit strategy with confidence at this 2017 conference.
Connect with your peers and learn key strategies for dealing with the issues you’re likely to face, including..
|•||Senior lawyer concerns as related to proposed changes in President Trump’s agenda|
|•||Insurance concerns – including tail insurance – what is it and why do I need it?|
|•||Succession Planning –winding up your practice and more|
|•||Social Security Planning|
|•||Elder Law Planning|
|•||Health care issues|
|•||How do I go about valuing and selling my practice?|
|•||Elder Law Planning|
|•||Psychological implications of retirement|
|•||2017 Estate Planning Update|
|•||Rights, duties & liabilities – when to leave a firm|
|•||Knowing when to retire|
This conference is not just designed for attorneys age 50 and over who are looking for answers to the many questions they have as they start thinking about retirement, but also young lawyers looking to plan for their future.
A survey conducted in New York showed that among attorneys 50 and over, 24% of respondents didn’t plan to retire until their 70s, 12% planned to keep working as long as they could and 22% hadn’t decided what their future would be. These results show how commonplace it is, and will continue to be, for senior attorneys to practice well into their sixties, and beyond.
NJ CLE information: This program has been approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey for 7.3 hours of total CLE credit.
|NJ CLE:||This program has been approved for 7.3 credits|
|PA CLE:||6.0 substantive credits pending ($24 fee – separate check payable to NJICLE must be submitted at the end of the program)|
7.0 professional practice credits
About Donald D. Vanarelli
Recipient of the Marilyn Askin Lifetime Achievement Award from the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Elder and Disability Law Section, Donald D. Vanarelli is a Certified Elder Law Attorney, and a member of the Council of Advanced Practitioners of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. Mr. Vanarelli is also an Accredited Veterans Attorney and an Accredited Professional Mediator. He has successfully litigated cases in New Jersey’s Supreme Court and in federal court. Mr. Vanarelli represents seniors, the disabled and their families in estate planning, financing long-term medical care, nursing home issues, qualifying for Supplemental Security Income, Medicaid and other public benefits, special needs planning, and litigation, including probate, elder abuse and guardianship lawsuits.
About The Law Office of Donald D. Vanarelli
Located in Westfield, New Jersey, the firm provides a broad range of legal services for seniors, the disabled and their families. The law firm guides clients through complex legal areas including public benefits planning, trial advocacy and court procedures, the administrative process, as well as estate and gift tax laws.
Contact: Ginny Morrissey, The Law Office of Donald D. Vanarelli, Tel: 908-232-7400, Email: gmorrissey@VanarellilLaw.com
For additional information concerning New Jersey elder law, visit: http://vanarellilaw.com/legal-services/
For additional information concerning estate planning and administration, visit: http://vanarellilaw.com/estate-planning-administration/
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