Cup of Knowledge Networking & Speaker Series (August 2019)

Snyder Law Presents: 


“Estate Planning for the Sandwich Generation:” 

How to Help Your Clients Protect Aging Parents and Their Kids

Speaker: Kevin Snyder, JD, LL.M.


Snyder Law Presents: 

“Estate Planning for the Sandwich Generation:” 
How to Help Your Parents and Protect Your Kids
Speaker: Kevin Snyder, JD, LL.M.


Are you or the clients you serve members of the “Sandwich Generation”? That is, do you take care of your children while also caring for elderly parents? 

According to the a recent Pew Research Study: “Nearly half (47%) of adults in the 40’s and 50’s have a parent aged 65 or older and are either raising a young child or financially supporting a grown child (age 18 or older). About 1 in 7 middle-aged adults is providing financial support to both an aging parent and a child. 

Even if you aren’t physically caring for your parents, you may find yourself helping them more often. At the very least, you may be starting to worry about them as they age because you know you are going to be responsible for them. 


– What’s their emergency plan?

– What are their wishes?

– Will they be able to afford the card they need? 

– Are you going to be able to afford the cost of care if they cannot? 

– Do you know their wishes are?

– Do you want to know how you can proactively plan to have more longterm care options for the type of care your parents might need?

– Have you heard of Medi-Cal planning and VA Pension planning but don’t know quite what it is or how they work? 


If you or the clients you work with have these questions, then this month’s Cup of Knowledge topic is for you. We encourage you to attend to get more educated about the unique estate planning and elder law planning solutions for you and your clients. Knowledge is power.


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 FAQs


What is this event about? 

Hosted by Snyder Law, PC and presented by attorney Kevin Snyder, the purpose of this series to help give you the knowledge you need to pass along more value to your clients. We do that by giving a brief educational presentation about an important legal topic. All over coffee and breakfast refreshments provided by us! 


Why are we hosting this event?

As a way to say thank you and continue to provide more value to our network of wonderful professional partners, we are hosting a morning of networking and a chance to hear important legal updates and learn about other great professional resources that can benefit our mutual clients.  We also want to encourage networking among those professionals we trust so that we can all share in each other’s great resources.  


Who can attend? 

This event is open to any professional in any industry who is is currently one of our preferred partners or is interested in connecting with us to become one.  This includes (but is not limited to):

Financial advisors, CPAs, insurance agents, bankers, mortgage lenders, realtors, or anyone in the elder care industry who works with seniors or their families. 


How long is the event and when should I get there?

Our event is schedule to last 90 minutes. The first 30-45 minutes is reserved for open networking, so if you want to take advantage of that and meet the other great professionals attending, come early (we recommend it). The second half of the event is reserved for our topical presentation. 


Where can I park?

There is a parking garage next to the office building where Bistro24 is located on the ground floor.  We will validate your parking, so be sure to bring your parking ticket with you.


What can I bring into the event?

A stack of your business cards for networking. 

 

What food will be served?

Coffee or tea and light breakfast refreshments (muffins, bagels, croissants, etc.) will be provided.


How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Simply reply to this email or call our office at (949) 333-3702 and ask to speak with Hannah or Carolyn. 

 

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No.