Special Needs Trusts Attorney, Marielle F. Hazen, to Spearhead Legislative and Regulatory Update at Stetson University’s National SNT Conference
The conference is a key event in the calendar for anyone involved in special needs planning, whether as an attorney, advocate or trustee.
St. Petersburg, Florida – Stetson College of Law’s annual National Special Needs Trusts (SNT) Conference, will feature attorney Marielle F. Hazen, Esq., CELA. The event will take place from October 18-20 in beautiful St. Petersburg, Florida.
The conference is a key event in the calendar for anyone involved in special needs planning, whether as an attorney, advocate or trustee. Included in this year’s conference will be a Legislative and Regulatory SNT Planning Update, delivered by Hazen, one of the nation’s top experts in this field.
The session, scheduled to start at 3:10 PM, will shed light on the most recent and significant legislative and regulatory changes that every special needs planning professional needs to be aware of. Hazen will delve into key topics including the SECURE 2.0 Act, the unwinding of the Public Health Emergency, the final rule on the Housing Opportunity Through Modernization Act (HOTMA), and other crucial issues.
Understanding these legislative and regulatory changes is of utmost importance for professionals working in this field. Failure to stay in the loop can result in costly mistakes that impact the individuals and families they serve. Hazen’s Update will provide attendees with the insights and information they need to navigate the evolving landscape of special needs planning.
Hazen’s extensive background and expertise in Elder law and Special Needs Planning make her a prominent voice at the conference. As the founder of Hazen Law Group and a Certified Elder Law Attorney, she has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to providing individuals with special needs and their families the legal support they need to secure their future.
The Stetson College of Law National SNT Conference remains dedicated to providing a platform for the exchange of knowledge and insights that keep special needs planning professionals abreast of critical developments. With the annual event, the university reaffirms its commitment to education and serving the community by providing high-quality, relevant professional development opportunities.
Don’t miss this chance to enhance your knowledge and networking opportunities in the special needs planning field.
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