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For Your Benefit - Radio Appearances

Marc S. Levine, Anne Sullivan, Lacey D. Yegen and Lindsey Sarowitz are often guests on the For Your Benefit radio show hosted by National Institute of Transition Planning (NITP) that airs at 10:00 a.m. on Mondays on Federal News Radio and is available to download and listen at any time from either the Federal News Radio website or from our Radio Shows page.

For 2018, Marc has been scheduled to appear on the following dates:

Date Topic Attorney

12/23/2019

Getting Ready for the New Year- Updating you Will and Estate Plan

Lindsey B. Sarowitz

Federal Government Seminars

Norman B. Handler, Marc S. Levine, Anne H. Sullivan and Lindsey B. Sarowitz provide "Estate Planning for the Federal Employee" education as part of pre-retirement training offered to over 50 Federal agencies. Over the past 20 years, the majority of these seminars have been delivered through the National Institute of Transition Planning (NITP). These Federal agencies are represented by a broad spectrum of missions and include the social, civilian military, defense, health and intelligence communities. This training is delivered to all members of the Federal government workforce, no matter where they are in their career (new, mid or pre-retirement) and all employee levels, including the Senior Executive Service.

Since there are hundreds of these seminars given each year, here in the DC Metro area, and throughout the country, please contact NITP to find out if your agency is hosting this training at your location.

If you are interested in the most recent version of our Wills, Trusts & Estates outline for the NITP courses, please email us with a request.

Montgomery College

The attorneys at Handler & Levine, LLC also teach the Wills, Trusts & Estates course at Montgomery College Lifetime Learning Institute, and added the Probate in Maryland: An Overview for Executors-to-Be course this past year.


Wills, Trusts & Estates Seminars

The estate planning course delves into the real differences between wills and revocable trusts; why everyone always needs a power of attorney and health care directives; and what it really means to go through Maryland probate (and how to avoid that if appropriate). Topics include the use (and misuse) of revocable living trusts, the pros, cons and dangers of joint ownership, the right way to make and receive gifts (and why there is a very wrong way), and the impact of the Federal estate tax and Maryland’s two separate death taxes on your estate.

Date Location Time Attorney

11/7/2019-11/14/2019

Rockville Campus

6:30-9:30

Lindsey B. Sarowitz

3/5/2020-3/12/2020

Rockville Campus

6:30-9:30

Lindsey B. Sarowitz

4/22/2020-4/29/2020

Wheaton Campus

6:30-9:30

Norman B. Handler

For more information, contact Montgomery College at (240) 567-5000 or see this page.

If you are interested in the most recent version of our Wills, Trusts & Estates outline for the Montgomery College course, please email us with a request.

Probate in Maryland: An Overview for Executors-to-Be

The probate course offers a similar deep dive into the particulars of Maryland probate, with an eye towards educating the people who believe they will need to deal with this for their family.

Date Location Time Attorney

11/13/2019-11/20/2019

Rockville Campus

6:30-9:30

Lindsey B. Sarowitz

3/25/2020-4/1/2020

Rockville Campus

6:30-9:30

Lindsey B. Sarowitz

For more information, contact Montgomery College at (240) 567-5000 or see this page.

If you are interested in the most recent version of our Wills, Trusts & Estates outline for the Montgomery College course, please email us with a request.

Miscellaneous Seminars

Date Topic Attorney
None at this time.

If you are interested in an outline from a previous seminar, or the most recent version of our Wills, Trusts & Estates outline for the Montgomery College course, please email us with a request.

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Norman Handler started his legal career with the IRS, auditing estate tax returns and, in its National Office, developing estate tax policy. He moved into private practice, first as an associate and later as a partner in a large Montgomery County law… Read More

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Marc S. Levine has been practicing law since 1992, all with Handler & Levine, LLC, and its predecessor firms. Marc regularly assists individuals and families in preparing their estate plans, including drafting their wills, revocable trusts, tru… Read More

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