RVCC Foundation to Host Seminar on Protecting Assets

The Raritan Valley Community College Foundation will host a seminar on “Protecting Property from Creditor Claims,” June 9, from 7:30-10 a.m. The continuing education program, designed for attorneys, accountants, trust officers and financial planners, will be held in the Conference Center at the College’s Branchburg Campus. Registration will begin at 7:30 a.m. and the program will start at 8.

The two-hour continuing education program will feature Lawrence J. Gorman, Esq. of The Guardian Life Insurance Co. of America and Gregory J. Weinig, Esq., Partner, Connolly Gallagher LLP of Wilmington, DE. Gorman and Weinig will address major concerns that individuals, business owners and professionals may have regarding the ability of a creditor to reach an asset. They also will offer ways to protect property and identify assets that may have unique protection features under the law.

Seminar participants will be able to earn the following continuing education credits: 2.0 CLE (NJ); 2.0 CFP (NJ, NY, PA); 2.0 CPE (NJ, NY, PA); and 2.0 CE (NY; PA pending).

The program is free for members of the Somerset County Business Partnership, Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce, Somerset County Bar Association, Hunterdon County Bar Association, Warren County Bar Association, and the Greater Middlesex/Somerset Estate Planning Council. For all others, the registration fee is $25. All participants are required to pre-register by calling 908-526-1200, ext. 8246. Those paying by check should make the check payable to the RVCC Foundation and mail it to RVCC Foundation, PO Box 3300, Somerville, NJ 08876. Participants also may pay online using Quikpay. For additional information, visitwww.raritanval.edu/seminar.

The event is being sponsored by Herold Law, International Planning Alliance and The Preferred Client Group, Inc.

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