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Lexington, NC – Brinkley Walser Stoner attorney E. Drew Nelson will be manning the phones at the United Way’s call center in Greensboro for the NC Bar Association’s 4ALL Statewide Day of Service. Volunteer attorneys from across the state will take phone calls and answer legal questions from North Carolina residents on March 4, 2016 from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
The Pension Protection Act of 2006 permitted individuals to draw money directly from their IRA accounts and donate it to qualifying charities without having to declare it as income. This rollover was capped at $100,000 and counted towards the minimum IRA distribution required of those aged 70 ½ and older. On December 18, 2015, President Obama made the IRA Charitable Rollover permanent when he signed the PATH Act into law.
Greensboro, NC – Brinkley Walser Stoner, PLLC, announced it is once again supporting the Greater Greensboro Senior Games & SilverArts. The games encourage area seniors to be active in their chosen sports and activities. Registration for the games begins Monday, February 1st.
In the January edition of the BWS Update: Estate Planning for 2016; Jack Klass Retires; What Are Insurance Points?: and Talent Competition for a Worthy Cause. Catch up on the latest news and events!
Lexington, NC – Project Potential of Lexington’s annual fundraiser, Dancing (and More) with the Potential Stars, is coming up on January 31, 2016. Brinkley Walser Stoner is proud to once again be a sponsor of this worthy event.
“There are so many young people in our community that have great potential but need a little support,” says David Inabinett, Managing Member of Brinkley Walser Stoner. “Project Potential helps provide the support and guidance to enable these students to grow.
Brinkley Walser Stoner, PLLC announced today that attorney and former judge Jack E. Klass has retired from practice as of January 1, 2016. Klass joined the firm in 2009, returning to private practice after 15 years as a District Court Judge. Klass was admitted to the North Carolina Bar in 1956.