Parsippany, NJ — The Parsippany-Troy Hills Library is sponsoring a free seminar on financial and estate planning. The seminar is entitled Protecting your New Family: A Guide to Ensuring a Healthy Financial Future. It will be held at the Main Library on Saturday, June 8, from 10am-12pm.
Michael Kaup, a financial planner, and Christopher J. Roman, Esq., a trusts and estates attorney with the Law Firm of Einhorn, Harris, Ascher, Barbarito & Frost, P.C., will discuss with the audience, whether they are new families or newlyweds, information regarding life insurance policies; savings and investment strategies; basic estate planning and answers to any other questions the audience may have about ensuring the financial future of their new families.
Michal Kaup is a financial planner with New England Securities. As a financial planner, Michael assists individuals and families with the development of cost effective and tax efficient strategies to reach a wide variety of financial goals, including education funding, retirement planning, estate conservation, investments and wealth accumulation, and insurance and risk management services.
Christopher J. Roman, Esq. is an associate with Einhorn, Harris, Ascher, Barbarito & Frost, P.C. and concentrates his practice in Taxation and Trusts & Estates Law. Chris frequently works with new families to advise them with respect to their estate planning, including choosing a guardian for their children, protecting assets passing to their children and strategies to limit their exposure to the federal and New Jersey estate tax.
For those who wish to register, please contact Judith Fenelon, Senior Librarian at 973-887-5150 ext 211 or via email at Judith.firstname.lastname@example.org
The Parsippany-Troy Hills Public Library System promotes a lifelong interest in library use and learning in a diverse community. The Main Library serves as the headquarters to the Parsippany-Troy Hills Library System. It is conveniently located off Route 202, at 449 Halsey Road. It is within walking distance of an elementary, middle and high school, and is an easy walk for many of their neighbors who live in the Lake Parsippany community or work at the Mack-Cali business campus. The Main Library is a state-of-the-art facility providing over 38,000 square feet of space for its customers, including a large meeting room with space for 200 participants, study rooms for smaller groups, a technology lab, teen section, a huge children’s library and program room, and a library filled with many resources for the adult borrower. The Main Library staff offers extensive free educational, technological and cultural programming for children and adults.