Steering Committee for National Alliance of Attorney's for Alzheimer's Announced
March 20, 2019
The National Alliance of Attorneys for Alzheimer’s Announces Steering Committee Members and Inaugural Winter Conference
Orlando, FL – March 20, 2019
The National Alliance of Attorneys for Alzheimer’s Planning (N3AP) has announced its Steering Committee Members through August 2020. The organization was very selective in its decision. These attorneys from across the nation have shown a true commitment to bringing awareness to Alzheimer’s and dementia, and to keeping the community apprised of the latest developments with the disease and the unique estate planning challenges the disease presents. N3AP is comprised of Founder, Julianne E. Steinbacher, and Steering Committee Members: Daniel Bedard, Michael Brumbaugh, Pamela Brumbaugh, Janis Carney, Randy Clinkscales, William Hammond, Timothy Jarvis, Tiffany O’Connell, and Hope Spangler.
The organization held its inaugural Winter Conference on February 1 and 2, at the Disney Yacht Club in Orlando, FL. Founder, Julieanne E. Steinbacher, and her Steering Committee members presented and took part in multiple panels.
Among the presenters included Michael & Pamela Brumbaugh of the Brumbaugh Estate Planning, Elder Law and Wealth Protection Law Firm, Sandusky, Ohio. They spoke on “Meeting the Legal Needs of the Alzheimer Client”. Michael’s knowledge comes from more than a dozen years of elder law practice and more than 20 years of estate planning practice. Pam, a social worker, has spent much of her career working with people in crisis and connecting those families with the services and resources available in the community to assist them. For more information about Brumbaugh Law Firm, please visit www.brumbaughelderlaw.com.
Pamela Brumbaugh, Director of Client Services