Protect Your Money
(and Avoid Common Estate Planning Mistakes!)


Register Now! 

Just some of what you will learn:

  • Steps that will help you protect your money from long-term care costs

  • Ways to qualify for Medicaid and keep your assets

  • How to title your assets properly in your Will

  • How to avoid estate planning mistakes

  • Different types of trusts and in what cases their use is appropriate

  • How to avoid probate court

  • How to use Medicaid for nursing home expenses
  • Reasons to appoint a conservator

  • Strategies for when and if you should transfer your home to your children

Seminars run from 6:00-7:30 pm and include complimentary dinner at 5:30.

Maplewood at Newtown
166 Mount Pleasant Rd.
Newtown, CT 06470

All of us at Czepiga Daly Pope & Perri look forward to seeing you!

Have questions?

Call us at 860-236-7673

Email us:













FREE Estate Planning Seminars

Join us for free dinner... and learn the steps you can take to:

  • Preserve what you've worked for  
  • Protect your loved ones, and  
  • Reduce the stress that accompanies the financial and healthcare
    that come with change.

  • Attend and you'll take home ideas you can put in 
    place right away.

    Estate Planning Basics: Protect your family and your finances
    April 23, 6:00-7:30 pm Attorney Lynda Lee Arnold

    Everyone, both young and old, needs an estate plan.  Your life circumstances can change in an instant! If they do, are you prepared?   Who will pay your bills if you can't?  And if you pass away, how will your estate be divided amongst your heirs? In this session, you'll learn about Wills and trusts and the difference between the two documents.  You'll also learn about important estate planning documents like powers of attorney (POA) and healthcare directives that you can create to make sure your wishes are met.

    Understanding Trusts: Do you need one?
    May 7, 6:00-7:30 pm Attorney Paul Czepiga

    What exactly is a trust?  And what can a trust do for you?  You've heard about the different types - Revocable, Irrevocable, Special Needs, Discretionary, Testamentary, and Tax trusts.  In this session we'll demystify trusts and explain how a trust could be suitable for you and why.  You'll walk away knowing how to use trusts to do things like...minimize or avoid taxes, protect assets from potential ex-spouses and creditors, keep public benefits for loved ones, provide for a beneficiary who is disabled or has special needs, and how to avoid probate court. Whether you are new to trusts or even understand them well, you'll walk away understanding how to use these powerful planning tools to your advantage.

    Planning for Long-Term Care: Understand Medicaid and how to protect your assets
    June 25, 6:00-7:30 pm Attorney Lynda Lee Arnold

    Connecticut has the second-highest cost of long-term care in the nation. So, unless you are planning to leave the state, you need to protect yourself and your retirement assets from long-term care costs. You’ll learn about some new ways to do this. You’ll also get answers to questions like: Should you give your home to your children? How can you get assistance paying for a nursing home and home care? What is the 5-year look back? Is long-term care insurance a good idea? If you know the rules and plan ahead you can still protect your hard-earned assets.