Clark Hill PLC Attorney Joseph A. Bonventre to Present WWJ Newsradio 950's Financial Fitness Lunch & Learn Live Video Webinar, "Planning for Incapacity," Aug. 15
– Clark Hill attorney Joseph A. Bonventre will present a live video webinar, “Planning for Incapacity: Options and considerations under Michigan law when making decisions regarding your financial, medical and personal needs,” as part of WWJ Newsradio 950’s Financial Fitness Lunch & Learn series, Aug. 15. Bonventre’s webinar will explore options available to someone planning for incapacity for themselves or a loved one. A few of the topics covered include important documents, the differences between guardianship and conservatorship, and tax issues.
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Bonventre is a member of Clark Hill’s Estate Planning & Probate Practice Group out of the firm’s Detroit office. He advises individuals on estate planning, probate, charitable planning, and trust administration and related tax matters. He has significant experience preparing estate planning documents such as revocable living trusts, durable power of attorney forms and designation of patient advocate forms. Bonventre is a fellow of both the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel and the American College of Tax Counsel. In addition, he is named in
The Best Lawyers in America
as well as one of Michigan’s top 100 “Super Lawyers” by
magazine. Bonventre assisted in the drafting and enactment of the Michigan Estate Tax Act, which repealed the Michigan inheritance tax, and he served as chair of the Taxation section of the Detroit Metropolitan Bar Association.
WWJ Newsradio 950’s Financial Fitness live video webinar series is hosted by Murray Feldman, WWJ business editor, and Jayne Bower, WWJ news anchor. Each video concentrates on a new financial topic, from college planning to the truth about credit reports and scores.
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