Hauptman to discuss estate planning with Chamber guests

Laurie Hauptman

WEST ORANGE, NJ — Join the West Orange Chamber of Commerce for its August Lunch & Learn event to discuss estate and long-term care planning for business owners. Laurie Hauptman, partner at Hauptman & Hauptman PC, will speak at the chamber event from noon to 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 7, at the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation, 1199 Pleasant Valley Way in West Orange. Light fare and refreshments will be provided by Right at Home. This event is free for active members and charged for guests; the public is welcome to attend. Register to attend at http://www.westorangechamber.com/events/details/biz-2-0-lunch-learn-297.

Hauptman is an attorney who has focused her practice on estate, elder and special needs law for almost 20 years. Topics to be covered during lunch include how long-term care events can interfere with future business plans; estate planning vs. elder care planning; seven key components of creating a solid plan for your business including power of attorney, health care directives, wills, trusts, buy-sell agreements, insurance and succession planning; various ways to pay for long-term care including Medicare, private pay with your own savings, long-term care insurance, Veterans Aid and Attendance benefit, Medicaid, and creative long-term care strategies; and special situations that demand immediate attention.

“The goal of Biz 2.0 is to present business-related topics that are valuable and beneficial to the people who attend,” WOCC board member Arnie Amir said. “The goal is to help promote their businesses, to take advantages of opportunities to network and develop relationships and benefit their businesses all around.”