July Monthly Breakfast

The Board of Directors of the Catholic Business Network of Montgomery County invites you to its next monthly 2nd Friday Networking Breakfast Meeting being held on Friday, July 14, 2017 at 7:30am.

This month's speaker is William Fralin President/Certified Elder Law Attorney.

We meet on the second Friday of every month at Lahinch Tavern and Grill in the Cabin John Shopping Center at Tuckerman Lane and Seven Locks Road. Parking is conveniently located outside the restaurant.

Registration is $25 for pre-registered CBN-MC members, $30 at the door and for non-members.

 “Protecting Your Parents’ Assets:

What Adult Children Need to Know”

Join us and learn how you can protect your parents’ assets.

Although many people may already have their estate plans in place, as health care costs continue to rise, asset protection is becoming crucial to preserving quality of life as people age. 

This presentation will address this often overlooked issue and focus on the financial and legal considerations to help you develop a successful estate plan that protects your parents’ assets, while securing affordable quality of care as they age that benefits both you and your parents,

Nationally recognized elder law attorney Bill Fralin will discuss estate planning, with special emphasis on having the conversation with loved ones about the implications of incapacity, trusts, spend down rules, Veterans Benefits, entitlement benefits, financial considerations and asset protection.

Get the knowledge you need now to help you and your parents prepare for the future.

Presented by:

William S. Fralin,

Certified Elder Law Attorney,

The Estate Planning & Elder Law Firm, PC

Bill Fralin is a nationally known elder law attorney, the founder and shareholder of The Estate Planning & Elder Law Firm, P.C., which has represented over 7,000 clients throughout the Washington Metropolitan area. In addition to the practice areas of estate and incapacity planning, the firm practices Chronic Care Advocacy which incorporates on staff social workers into the life planning process.

Before founding the firm in 1994, Mr. Fralin previously worked as a trust officer with First American and First Union Banks during which time he was responsible for over one hundred personal trusts with market value assets exceeding forty million dollars ($40,000.000). He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Baltimore School of Law.

He is listed as one of the premier Elder Law Attorneys by Best Lawyers in America.  In 2003 Mr. Fralin attained the highest rating level (AV) for legal abilities and ethics from Martindale Hubble Directory and since 2006, has been listed in The Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers .

Mr. Fralin has also appeared on both television and radio programs. He lectures frequently on topics relating to life care planning for seniors, elder law, estate and incapacity planning and asset protection and preservation.  


About CBN-MC

The Catholic Business Network of Montgomery County, CBN-MC, is an independent, non-profit organization of businesses and individual professionals working together to support Catholic education in Montgomery County Maryland.

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