April 19, 2012 | Updated: January 29, 2019

By Ramonica Jones

While your athlete is cutting a rug at the Summer Games Victory Dance, take time to join us at the Special Needs Dependent Planning Session at UTA's Maverick Stadium.  On May 26, SOTX parents and guardians can attend a free and informative seminar, presented by the American National Insurance Company, designed to help them take steps for the future of their dependents.

This is NOT a sales presentation, but you should walk away with a vision of what you need to do to ensure the quality of life you intend for your SOTX athlete.  We will address questions like:

·         How can I avoid common pitfalls of special needs planning?

·         How to maximize public & private resources available to you and your special needs loved one?

·         How can you create an inheritance for your special needs child right away without cutting off or into government assistance?

·         How can you produce a “totally predictable result”?

The session will start at 7:30 p.m. and last about 30 minutes, plus a question/answer period.  ...And your Victory Dance “guest” won’t be far away!  Just follow the signs at the Victory Dance to the meeting room under the stands on the Press Box side of the stadium.  We look forward to spending time with you on May 26! 

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