22% of US population has a disability, 1 out of 5. And that means approximately 20% of people have some sort of disability. Estate planning is crucial for those who are disabled and receiving governmental benefits. If a disabled child receives an inheritance, gift, lawsuit award or settlement, child support, alimony or a gift, this may disqualify the child from receiving governmental benefits. With the appropriate planning, a disabled child can safely receive an inheritance, for example, while preserving these governmental benefits.
During this months webinar we have a guest speakers, Stephen Yim, Monica Yempuku, Stacie Kauila, and Marie Yempuku Hansen will be talking about estate planning for families with special needs children.
With over 30 years of practicing estate planning, Stephen B. Yim is a sole practitioner estate lawyer concentrating in the areas of estate planning, wills in Honolulu, trusts in Hawaii, supplemental needs planning for families who have children with disabilities, charitable tax planning, estate and gift tax planning and estate administration.
Please join us for this months webinar:
Estate Planning For Families With Special Needs Children
Tuesday, July 20th from 11:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
Please pass on the webinar registration to others who could benefit from it.
Date and Time
Tue, Jul 20, 2021
11:30a - 12:15p HST