Financial Planning For Children With Autism
November 28, 2011 1 comment
Date: Wednesday, December 7th
Time: 6PM Pacific (9PM Eastern)
Speaker: Paul Nidich Attorney at Law
This month’s webinar will focus on financial planning for children with autism. Our speaker will be attorney Paul Nidich who is married and the father of two children, one of whom, Alex, is 27 years old and has autism, cerebral palsy, and significant developmental delays.
Paul has given many seminars on special needs trusts and taxation relating to disabilities both to families and other attorneys.
Paul has been an attorney in Cincinnati, Ohio, since 1974. He received his law degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Law and his Master of Laws in Taxation from Capital University Law School.
Since 2002, Paul’s law practice has focused primarily in three areas of the law, Taxation, Estate Planning and Probate, and Elder Law. In the area of Taxation, Paul prepares tax returns, tries cases before the United States Tax Court, and represents taxpayers in tax controversy matters, such as liens, levies, offers in compromise, sales tax, and employment tax issues.
In the area of Estate Planning and Probate, Paul drafts simple and complex wills, living trusts, special needs trusts, Irrevocable Grantor Trusts, and other wealth preservation documents. Paul also handles Probate matters, from simple estate administration to probate litigation. In the area of Elder Law, Paul advises seniors about Medicaid trusts, wealth transfer devices, and end-of-life matters.
Paul Nidich is married and the father of two children, one of whom, Alex, is 27 years old and has autism, cerebral palsy, and significant developmental delays. His daughter, Rachel, is married and has two children.