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In the November 2017 edition of the BWS Update: Things to do as your child with special needs approaches adulthood; David and Blake Inabinett compete in the 2017 HAWG Run; and the firm’s Thanksgiving office schedule.
As children approach adulthood, parents may have many different reactions, from stress about paying for college, to excitement for their child’s new adventure, to a plan to buy a smaller house once junior moves out. For parents of children with special needs, the legal transition from child to adult often adds a layer of complexity and worry to the equation.
In the October 2017 edition of the BWS Update: 5 Estate Planning Myths; Domestic Violence Impacts Everyone; David Inabinett speaks in Greensboro on Choosing a Senior Living Community; and the 2017 HAWG Run is on!
In recognition of National Estate Planning Awareness Week (October 16-22), we are sharing 5 myths we frequently hear about estate planning. These myths often prevent people from taking action to protect their assets and ensure their loved ones receive the benefits of careful stewardship. Which of these myths do you believe?
Lexington, NC – Brinkley Walser Stoner is once again a proud supporter of the annual HAWG Run. The J. Smith Young YMCA is coordinating the event, which includes a fun run and 5K that takes place the morning of the annual Lexington Barbecue Festival (October 28). All proceeds will benefit the YMCA’s annual giving campaign to provide after-school and summer camp scholarships for children in need.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and a good reminder that not everyone is in a caring and safe environment. An estimated 10 million people a year in the U.S. are physically abused by an intimate partner. This harm may come in form of physical, sexual, psychological abuse.
Domestic violence or intimate partner violence (IPV) crosses all demographics and socioeconomic levels. It is about power and control over another person. Both women and men may be victims.