Join us on June 4, 2020 as Emily B. Kile, Esq. and the Kile & Kupiszewski Law Firm host Jack Burns, Public Affairs Specialist for Arizona, for a free webinar about the importance of Social Security benefits for your loves ones with special needs.
Do you have questions about estate planning? Long term care planning? Well you’re in luck! This webinar, sponsored by Banner Health, features Emily B. Kile, Esq. who has over thirty years experience as an estate planner. The program starts with Emily explaining the basics of estate planning. The audience was able to ask questions that are likely on your mind as well; an example being, “Why can’t an IRA be titled to a Trust?“. Emily goes on to explain Healthcare Powers of Attorney, Living Wills, Do Not Resuscitate instructions and how COVID-19 is currently impacting peoples estate planning decisions. As Emily is also an experienced long-term care planner, she touches base on the costs of long-term care and the available options to pay for such, including financial and medical eligibility for Arizona Long Term Care Services (“ALTCS”).
This webinar was created to help you understand the intersection of estate planning, long-term care and VA benefits so you can better protect yourself and your loved ones.
On May 19, 2020 Raising Special Kids (RSK) sent out an announcement. It’s message contained great news, which we really need right now. I should disclose my bias up front though. I truly love this organization. I have been a board member for several years and am currently the Board Chair. RSK serves children with any disability or special healthcare need, which is unlike any other disability organization. The staff are the most kind and dedicated people I have ever met and I’m so proud to be part of what they do. The good news is they are still working for you and your families. RSK continues to serve Arizona’s families whose children have disabilities and special health care needs with their full range of family support services. These programs and services are provided through phone, email, mail, online assistance, and virtual meetings. Physical offices are closed to the general public, but support staff continues to work from home. RSK serves and employs a significant percentage of people who have children with chronic health conditions that may put them at higher risk of severe illness. As a Board we approved these measures through June 30, 2020 to protect these amazing people, their children and families. RSK has resources for you.
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