Integrating Asset Protection Planning Into Your Estate Planning Practice
Good Afternoon SEPC Members,
Below please find the October complimentary webinar. For the "magic code" please email Paul Viren our NAECP President paul@
The October 11th webinar will be here soon – don’t forget to give your gift! Information about the program appears below and at http://www.naepc.org/events/
We have a new method for handling the registration process. After you have identified your recipient, please furnish them with the following information (feel free to amend as you see fit, keeping the discount code as is):
Congratulations! You have been chosen as my recipient to attend the October 11, 2017 webinar! To complete the registration process please visit https://secure.confertel.net/
Wednesday, October 11, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm ET (12:00 noon to 1:00 pm Pacific Standard Time (Spokane)
Douglass S. Lodmell, JD, LL.M., Managing Partner & Co-Founder, Lodmell & Lodmell, P.C.
Join host Douglass Lodmell, J.D., LL.M., Managing Partner of Lodmell & Lodmell, P.C., and founding Member of the Asset Protection Council® as he presents the tools and information you need to educate your clients in this complex area of law and shares his unique insights on how to make AP a core component of your practice.
Douglass Lodmell is the Founder of the Asset Protection Council®, and the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Lodmell & Lodmell, P.C., recognized as one of the nation’s leading asset protection law firms. In addition to holding a Juris Doctorate from Cardozo School of Law, Mr. Lodmell has an advanced law degree (LL.M.) in taxation from NYU School of Law. Douglass is a leader in the Asset Protection community and the creator of the breakthrough concept of “The Bridge Trust®.” He has authored numerous articles for professional journals as well as a popular book about the explosion of lawsuits in America called The Lawsuit Lottery: The Hijacking of Justice in America. Doug’s extensive experience in asset protection makes him a frequent guest speaker at professional conferences and seminars throughout the country, as well as teaching concepts of asset protection to other attorneys at continuing legal education seminars nationwide.