Dana Perry and Amy Boulware to Speak at the 10th Annual Probate and Estate Law Conference
Dana Perry and Amy Boulware will speak at the 10th Annual Virtual Probate and Estate Law Conference hosted by M. Lee Smith Publishers held December 10-11, 2020. Their on-demand presentation, “Special Needs Estate Planning: Crash Course of What If and How to” covers details related to Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), the conservatorship and guardianship journey, special needs trusts, ABLE accounts, and much more. For more information about the conference for attorneys and estate planning professionals, visit the M. Lee Smith Publishers website.
Dana Perry is chair of the Chambliss Elder Law and Special Needs Planning groups and a shareholder. She has been a licensed Elder Law Specialist since 1997 and is one of only a handful of Certified Elder Law Attorneys in the region qualified by the National Elder Law Foundation. She is also a member of the Academy of Special Needs Planners. Dana uses a hands-on approach to ensure that clients understand all their options while crafting a strategic and realistic plan that will minimize future costs and maximize each family’s protection.
Amy Boulware is an Elder Care and Special Needs Care Manager and a Tennessee Licensed Advance Practice Social Worker (LAP MSW). For nearly three decades, she has devoted her time to serving elders, people with disabilities, and their families through advocacy and geriatric and special needs care coordination. Amy helps clients navigate a world of senior and disability services and provides hands-on assistance, from advising on geriatric-related matters like Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance – to working with parents of adult children with disabilities as they age. For more information on their experience, visit Dana or Amy’s bio.