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Stephanie Sanderson-Braem Discusses the Impact of the CARES Act with Pennsylvania State University

May 21, 2020
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PHILADELPHIA – Stradley Ronon Partner Stephanie Sanderson-Braem served as a panelist for a Pennsylvania State University Gift Planning Advisory Council webinar, “How the CARES Act Impacts You,” on May 20. The gift planning advisory council assists the university in the areas of promotion, education, and technical assistance with planned giving, and provides a forum for networking and support among professionals through formal meetings and informal relationships. The webinar discussed the new law’s impact on personal income, financial management, retirement accounts, and charitable giving.

Sanderson-Braem represents individuals, families with young children, families preparing for retirement, families having a child with special needs, closely held business owners, doctors, CEOs, same-sex couples and fiduciaries managing all aspects of trust and estate administration. She advises her clients on premarital agreements, business succession planning, lifetime giving and charitable giving in addition to the preparation and implementation of wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and advance directives. In addition to her practice, Sanderson-Braem serves on the board of directors of the Philadelphia Estate Planning Council, serves on the board of directors and is an officer of the board of the Knights Education Foundation, Inc., and serves on the board of directors of the John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls High School.

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