Resource Center: Professional Development

Program

FPA Connect: Advocates of Special Needs Families

April 19, 2018 @ 12 - 1:00 PM EST

1 CEU for AFCPE® Professionals
Open to AFCPE & FPA Members

Advocates of Special Needs Families

Michelle Gershfeld will discuss putting together a team to help make sure your child’s needs are provided for and also what are the financial and legal considerations to keep in mind when planning
dealing with the unique financial scenarios that come up. 

 

Speaker Bio

Michelle Gershfeld is a debt settlement and bankruptcy attorney who negotiates settlements between clients and their creditors. Michelle is an AFC® and FFC® Accredited financial counselor and Financial Fitness Coach through the AFCPE®. Through analyzing the debt and then bargaining and negotiating with the creditors, Michelle helps clients significantly reduce their debt, often while improving their credit reports and scores. Michelle’s 25+ years of bankruptcy and consumer debt experience provides her clients with strong analytical and negotiating skills. 

Michelle’s passion is to advise people who are in debt, or building wealth, by identifying and overcoming obstacles that lie in their path to securing worry-free, financial wellness. She brings her knowledge via her law firm, her Get Financially Fit business and her writings as a financial advice columnist for Financial Poise. Michelle is also the mother of two adult children. Her youngest daughter lives with uncontrolled seizures and Type 1 diabetes.  As such, Michelle has personal, first-hand knowledge of the struggles facing families with Special Needs children.

 

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Details

Date: April 19, 2018

Time: 12 - 1:00 PM EST

Event Category: webinar

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