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Legal Planning for Life After 18; Special Needs Planning – What is it good for?
Legal planning for life after 18 involves exploring a person’s right to self-direction and may include assessing the need for legal planning to include the use of guardianship, a conservator appointment, and/or Durable Powers of Attorney to enable the individual and their families to realize their dreams and desires for the future. The presenter and attendees will review and discuss the various factors to consider, regardless of age, when engaging in Legal Planning for Life After 18!

Apr 8, 2021 02:00 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Charlene K. Quade founded C.K. Quade Law, PLLC in 2006. With now greater than forty years of personal and professional experience in the area of helping persons with disabilities, Char’s knowledge in the area of special needs remains unique to her and “why” she embarked upon a degree in law at age 42. Initially studying special education, Char excelled in her legal studies of Tort Law, Wealth Preservation, Wills and Trusts, and Tax Law. Coupling her knowledge and professional experience in Administrative service delivery systems with her legal education and training, Char designed the firm to embrace full spectrum Estate Planning with an emphasis in Guardianship, Conservatorship, Elder Law, Social Security Disability, Special Education Law, Special Needs Trusts, Supplemental Needs Trusts, and Affirmative Life Planning. In addition, she practices in adoptions and terminations, and probate.