Ethics Credits Included:
A pre-recorded streaming video replay from the March 2017 webcast, Understanding the New ABLE Accounts.
Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) was enacted to encourage and assist individuals in saving funds without losing eligibility for various means-based public benefits. ABLE accounts are patterned after the 529 College Savings Plans and help a disabled individual maintain his or her independence and achieve a higher quality of life.
This seminar will cover who is eligible to open an ABLE account, and key benefits, features, and administration of ABLE accounts, including:
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Elizabeth L. Gray, McCandlish Lillard / Fairfax Elizabeth Gray is a past-president of the Virginia chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), and former co-chair of three different sections of the Fairfax County Bar Association. She has been practicing in the area of Elder Law for over 15 years.