Presented by Families Helping Families NOLA and Metropolitan Human Services District
In Louisiana, TUTORSHIP is what other states would refer to as guardianship, and it describes the person who is legally responsible for the care of a minor child. Tutors are often appointed when a child's parents get divorced or when one parent dies. This is an important aspect of estate planning, as it prevents the court from determining the future of your child should something unexpected happen.
SPECIAL NEEDS TRUSTS can provide benefits to, and protect the assets of, individuals with special needs. Special needs trusts are frequently used to receive an inheritance. This workshop will help you to understand the differences and benefits of each topic and you will receive resources on how to obtain a trust and or continuing tutorship.
Lunch will be provided.
DATE AND TIME
Wednesday, August 30, 2017
10:30 AM – 12:30 PM CDT
Milne Rec. Center
5420 Franklin Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70122
The frist 10 people to arrive will be entered in a Raffle to receive a Wright's Law Special Education toolkit!
To Register Call: 504-943-0343 or at: eventbrite.com/e/special-needs-trust-tickets-36687396992