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I wanted to personally extend an invitation to sponsor the Great Lakes Special Needs Planning Symposium. The agenda is focused on fundamentals of special needs planning while day two is on more advanced topics. The speakers are national experts, including: 

  • Bill Eddy, our keynote speaker, founder of the Institute for High Conflict, to help us manage high conflict personalities
  • Deborah Tedford on the Secure Act and its impact on planning for retirement benefits in special needs families. She is currently working on comments to the IRS proposed regulations implementing the Secure Act and makes this complex area comprehensible;
  • Kevin Urbatsch, leading special needs planning expert and author, National Director of the Academy of Special Needs Planners

The quality of the content and speakers will draw an audience who will greatly appreciate and benefit from your company’s services, and this is an opportunity to network in person and virtually. We will be marketing to professionals in the great lakes region who advise and advocate for special needs individuals and their families.

Sponsorships are on a first come first serve basis, so please email me to reserve your spot. Details are attached. The full agenda, speaker, and registration information is available by following the link:

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    Michele P Fuller
    Michele P. (Fuller) Urbatsch is the founder of Michigan Law Center, P.L.L.C , and President of Advocacy, Inc., a non-profit organization. Her law practice focuses on advocacy, protection, and asset preservation for persons with disabilities, including ...
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    Mark Schwesinger
    Mark Schwesinger joined Michigan Law Center in 2020. Since 1998, Mark has been dedicated to helping clients in a multitude of capacities. In the first 15 years of his career, Mark worked for UAW as a Trial Attorney. More recently, he practiced as a ...
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    Chuck Semarjian
    Chuck Semarjian graduated from the University of Detroit Law School in 1981. Shortly after passing the Bar Exam, Chuck opened his first law office in Eastpointe where he worked as a sole practitioner specializing in juvenile law, probate law, Social ...
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