Toms River, New Jersey -- Today, Christine Matus, Esq., founding attorney of The Matus Law Group, announced plans for a partnership presentation entitled "Legal and Financial Strategies for Families With a Child With Special Needs" to be given in coordination with the special needs division of Allied Wealth Partners on October 29th, 2020.
For over 20 years, The Matus Law Group has been helping special needs families in New Jersey create robust financial and estate plans designed to protect the future of vulnerable family members. Ms. Matus, a top New Jersey estate planning attorney, looks forward to presenting with Earl Pedersen and Barry Friedson of AWP Special Needs Division via Zoom video conferencing on October 29th at 6:30 pm. During this event, both parties will share important information with special needs families in Monmouth County, Ocean County and other areas of New Jersey.
Because Ms. Matus shares a common bond with her clients as a special needs parent herself, she brings a unique understanding to her work as a special needs lawyer in New Jersey. As an experienced estate planning and real estate attorney, she is deeply committed to providing the knowledge, advice, and guidance that families who need to ensure that their loved ones are taken care of well into the future.
“We look forward to sharing our experience and our strategies for estate planning and financial services as it relates to our clients and their unique needs. We are delighted to team up with Mr. Pedersen and Mr. Friedman who will bring their own unique insight to special needs topics that include government benefits, trusts, guardianships, and transitional services. As registered investment advisors who focus on special needs families, they offer a wealth of knowledge that we look forward to hearing about and discussing. They have the same concerns and compassion for their clients as we do for ours and believe, like we do, that there are no one-size-fits-all approaches.”
Mr. Pedersen and Mr. Friedson, as special needs experts with Allied Wealth Partners Special Needs Division, focus on personalized financial strategies to help create a more stable and secure financial future for families with special needs children and grandchildren. They often speak at schools and special education committee meetings throughout the area. Ms. Matus looks forward to teaming with them to bring this important information to families who are concerned about the future financial needs of their children and grandchildren.
Because of COVID-19 concerns, they will be bringing their presentation via Zoom teleconferencing for the safety of all who are interested in attending. Those who would like to attend their virtual presentation, can contact The Matus Law Group at (732) 281-0060 or Allied Wealth Partners Special Needs Division at (973) 299-9222.
Anyone can learn more about Monmouth County estate planning attorney via their website and social media.
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For more than 20 years, The Matus Law Group has been advising residents of New Jersey in all matters of estate planning and special needs planning services for both children and adults.
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