Charitable Planning – POSTPONED
Using charitable planning, a donor can transfer assets to a non-profit after death, either by establishing a vehicle now (such as a trust) that will handle the asset until death, or by setting up a vehicle that will pay a gift to the non-profit upon the donor’s death—such as by designating a charity as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy.
Kevin Brunson of The Wilson Estate Planning Group will be the keynote presenter of this program.
Kevin B. Brunson began working in law firms in July 2003 for a firm in Little Rock, Arkansas, which focused on medical malpractice and nursing home negligence cases. He attended paralegal school and received his paralegal certification in 2006. Kevin began working as an attorney with an estate planning, probate, & elder law firm in Little Rock, Arkansas, the same firm for which he previously worked as a law clerk while in law school. Kevin accepted a position with The Wilson Estate Planning Group in January 2018, and now focuses his practice on estate planning, elder law, and business planning.
If you are unable to attend, the program will also be recorded and uploaded on our CALS YouTube Page where you can watch it on your own time.
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