February 7: Minimizing Family Conflicts in Estate Planning

16 Oct February 7: Minimizing Family Conflicts in Estate Planning

On February 7th, the Elkhart County Estate Planning Council will feature a panel discussion on Minimizing Family Conflicts in Estate Planning. At this first lunch-and-learn of the year, you will hear from professional advisors who handle different aspects of estate planning and how they best prevent family disagreements.

FACILITATOR: Karen Kehr, Hawthorne Services

PANELISTS
Andrew Asma, KeyBank
Robert Mendoza, Insight Accounting Group
Mike Pianowski, Sanders Pianowski

DATE
Wednesday, February 7, 2018

TIME
11:45pm: Registration and Lunch Buffet
12:00pm – 1:00pm: Estate Planning Council Luncheon Seminar

LOCATION
Hubbard Hill, Chapel
28070 Co Rd 24
Elkhart, IN 46517

COST
$35 per person
Complimentary for 2018 Elkhart County Estate Planning Council members
*Members are still asked to register for all events they are attending.

Become a 2018 Member

Each year, we have outstanding educational programs and the opportunity to network with other professionals in the estate planning field. We strive to provide high-quality, low-cost continuing education that is both timely and pertinent to your professional needs. Our quarterly meetings provide a forum where attorneys, accountants, trust officers, financial planners and life underwriters from this area may enhance their knowledge and interests in business and estate planning. Our meetings qualify for continuing education credits for attorneys, CPA’s and CTFA’s.

The discounted annual membership of $100 includes the registration fees and meal costs for the quarterly educational programs, continuing education credits, and additional resources throughout the year. Non-members pay $35 per meeting.

Become a 2018 member and your $100 payment will also cover the first two events in 2019, a total of six educational opportunities! By July 2019, the ECEPC will transition to a fiscal year membership.