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Special Needs Planning

In this episode we are talking about special needs planning and divorce.

Our guests today are

Michael Ringel, CPA, RICP

Michael RingelAs a financial coach, my mission is to educate families, business owners, divorced women and special needs families how to achieve financial success through the implementation of financial strategies. I assist divorcing men and women prepare their case information statements, determine assets available for equitable distribution and stay involved with clients to divide and transfer their assets, as per their property settlement agreement, including their retirement assets. I prepare the Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDRO) help my clients transfer the money that they are owed.

 

 

Midge Cannin-Schuck, M.P.A., L.P.C.

Midge Cannin-SchuckMy objective is to provide children and their parents with a feeling of security as they go through a divorce. Coaching can be provided if warranted or requested by attorneys or the couple themselves.

As a Licensed Counselor, I not only counsel children, adolescents and adults, I also have experience working with schools as an advocate if there is a special needs or classified child in the family.

IN THIS EPISODE , YOU’LL LEARN:

  • The challenges that families with special needs encounter during and following divorce.
  • Coordinating financial planning for the support of children following divorce.
  • How to protect your children with a special needs trust.
  • The importance of setting up child support so that children do not become disqualified from important government benefits.
  • Why a 529 plan may not always be the best strategy for children with special needs and alternatives that increase the chances of getting financial aid or scholarships.
  • How to help children through the emotional and developmental challenges as well as the grief that can occur during divorce.

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RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

Michael Ringel, CPA, RICP
Address: 1540 Hwy 138, Suite, Wall, NJ 07791
Phone: 917-734-4748
Email: mringel@strategiesforwealth.com
Website: http://www.mikeringel.com

 

Midge Cannin-Schuck, M.P.A., L.P.C.
Address: 1 Hadley Avenue, Toms River, NJ 08757
Phone: 732-286-2501

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We want to thank Michael Ringel, CPA, RICP and Midge Cannin-Schuck, M.P.A., L.P.C. for joining us this week. Be sure to listen to our next episode.

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