The Law Firm of Benjamin D. Eckman, Esq. invites you to join us for this FREE post election seminar on Elder Law, Special Needs & Disability Planning. This unique interactive seminar is designed to answer the many complicated questions regarding recent law changes and requirements for effective estate planning.

At this FREE seminar the following educational topics will be discussed:

  • What legal documents each New Jersey resident should have.
  • How a “Family Trust” can protect your hard earned assets from possible future nursing home care.
  • How to protect, arguably your biggest asset, your house, by utilizing the deed with use and occupancy planning technique.
  • How to plan your estate to minimize Federal and NJ estate and inheritance taxes.
  • How to minimize and/or avoid the probate process.
  • How a special needs trust is utilized to preserve a disabled individual’s governmental benefits.
  • How the House Resolution 6300 – otherwise known as the Medicaid Long Term Care Reform Act of 2012 – may impact you?

What past attendees have said about Benjamin Eckman’s seminars:
• “Very insightful and interesting. Learned thing I did not know.”
• “Excellent speaker, extremely knowledgeable, makes one aware of reality.”
• “Very informative presentation interspersed with humor.”

 

Tuesday, October 8, 2013 at 10AM or 7PM
American Legion Post #108, 591 Main Street, Little Falls, NJ 07424

Question & Answer session to be included.

Seating is limited – Make your reservations early.
To RSVP please call (973) 709-0909.

 

Benjamin D. Eckman, Esq. concentrates his practice on Elder Law & Estate Planning. Elder law is intended to broadly assist “extended living”. An elder law practitioner provides the legal information necessary for persons whose lives will extend or have already extended beyond the time when all children are usually out of the house and when regular employment ceases. After the elder law attorney and client complete their work, legal documents have been drafted, tax considerations have been analyzed, and a plan to protect the elder’s estate has been implemented.

Benjamin D. Eckman’s practice focuses on Estate Planning & Elder Law – legal issues facing senior citizens. Benjamin D. Eckman received his Bachelor’s Degree in Business/Accounting from Touro College and his law degree from Seton Hall University School of Law. He is a member of the New York State Bar Association, the New Jersey State Bar Association, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the Elder Law Section and Real Property, Probate and Trust Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association, the Union County Bar Association, Passaic County Bar Association and the Bergen County Bar Association. He can be reached at (973) 709-0909, (908) 206-1000 or (201) 263-9161.