Most people don't think much about legal issues - then, as soon as we become parents, we need to address a whole range of new problems - like guardianship of your children; dealing with health insurance; paying for child care properly - and literally dozens of other issues.
This legal crash course provides a single-stop approach to handling the wide range of issues that parents have to navigate. These issues include estate planning, child care, taxes, housing safety, developmental delays, medical decision-making – and much more.
This class is taught by Adam Stofsky, father of Jude and Rowan (4 years and 9 months) and a graduate of Harvard Law School. He is the CEO of Briefly - a Hudson Valley-based startup that provides legal education and services platform for new parents.
Saturday, January 12; 3-5pm
The cost of the class is $15 if you pay in advance or $25 at the door. If you end up purchasing any services from Briefly (like our new parents estate plan) the class fee will be credited to the cost of that service.
You can register and pay now or if you have questions complete the form below and Adam will get back to you.
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