Tuesday, July 22, 2014 - 07:00 to 08:30
Princeton United Methodist Church
7 Vandeventer Ave, RM 205 Entrance in the back of the building08542 Princeton , NJ
New Jersey US
Victor Medina, Medina Law Group
Foundational Estate Planning
Whether you are a healthcare profession, financial advisor, or non-estate planning attorney, you will find this introduction to the basic tops and strategies of estate planning invaluable. Subjects covered include wills, revocable living trusts, advance directives, power of attorney, pour-over wills, and more.
Victor J. Medina, Attorney at Law
Victor J. Medina, managing attorney of Medina Law Group, devotes his practice to estate planning, helping parents and grandparents to leave their wealth to whom they want, when they want them to have it, and in the way they want. His clients include seniors, y lung families with minor children, families with special needs children of all ages, entrepreneurs with business considerations, and established families with dynasty goals. His philosophy of estate planning is based on a forward-thinking approach that focuses on passing on more than just financial wealth, but also spiritual, emotional, and intellectual values.
Victor is a former president of the American Association of Trust, Estate and Elder Law Attorneys (AATEELA) - an invitation-only, national organization of top practitioners - and is a member of the National Association of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA). Victor is also an active member of the legal community and is a former Vice-President of the Princeton Bar Association.
He is a member of WealthCounsel, ElderCounsel and the Mercer County Estate Planning Council.
Victor is licensed to practice law in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania, and is accredited by the Department of Veteran Affairs to assist veterans in filing claims.
Victor grew up in the Northeast and attended college and law school in Boston, MA. He lives in Pennington, NJ. Victor is married to Jennifer, a school psychologist in the New Jersey public schools, and has three sons, Aidan, Lucas, and Dylan.
Victor speaks frequently to public and private groups on issues of estate planning, elder law, veterans benefits, and special needs planning.