“Estate Planning for people with Chronic Disorders,” Steven P. Beltran, Esq.
Trust and Estate Planning can sound intimidating or complicated, however parents of children with rare diseases should consider their importance. For example, if you die without a will in California, the care and destiny of your minor children will be out of your control and the decision will be left to the court. This critical session discusses the steps to take now to ensure your children are cared for in the event of your death.
We’ll be meeting virtually through ZOOM and will send you a link to access the discussion after registration (you can use your phone or laptop). Please reach out to us if you need technological assistance with ZOOM via email at email@example.com or call 626-765-6656.
This educational webinar is open to people with genetic bleeding disorders and their immediate family only. YOU MUST BE ON THE WEBINAR no later than 7:10PM to receive a $25 Amazon gift card. One gift card per household.
Steven P. Beltran, Senior Partner of Beltran Smith LLP.
Mr. Beltran represents people with special needs in Plaintiffs’ Personal Injury & Governmental Tort Litigation, Special Needs Trusts, Probate and Mental Health proceedings. He represents approximately 60 Trustees in Court Supervised Special Needs Trusts. He also serves as a private Mediator, as a Los Angeles Superior Court Appointed Counsel, and as a Volunteer Settlement Attorney in the Probate Department of the Los Angeles County Superior Court. He is a current Chair of the Board of Directors of the Exceptional Children’s Foundation, a past President and member of the Board of Directors of the Frank D. Lanterman Regional Center for the Developmentally Disabled.
Mr. Beltran received his J.D. degree from Hastings College of Law in San Francisco, California. He is licensed to practice in the State of California, the District Court for the Central & Eastern Districts of California, and before the United States Supreme Court.