Presented by:

  • Law Offices of Anna Sappington
    Anna Sappington, Esq.
  • Commonwealth Community Trust
    Karen Dunivan Konvicka, JD, Director of Client Services and General Counsel
    Moderated by Anthony Marone, Esq., Harvey, Ballard and Bornstein

This Webinar was recorded and is available to any PAELA member.  Please note that viewing this recording of the September 29, 2021 webinar does not qualify you for the one (1) CLE available to those who preregistered and participated in the Webinar, per PACLE guidelines.

About these PAELA Special Needs Trust Series:

A CLE Opportunity for PAELA Members

PAELA OBJECTIVES: To promote a higher standard of practice in the field of elder law, including promotion of a higher level of com-petency among its members and promotion of scrupulous adherence to ethical standards among its members.

As a service to all PAELA members, the Programming and Membership Committees have organized a series of three Special Needs Trust sessions during 2021 which require registration but at no cost to the members! All sessions will be held from 12 Noon to 1:00 PM and provide 1 CLE for any PAELA registrant who qualify. You may register for one or all sessions separately with a Zoom link.

What to expect:


  • CLE Credits: one (1) CLE substantive credit is available for any PAELA member registered and verified as attending this session. The course difficulty level is intermediate.
  • Cost: no cost for any PAELA member to register and participate in this course. Advance registration is required. PAELA will pay for each registrant’s CLE $1.50 credit each. Registration is restricted to PAELA members only.
  • Handouts: speakers will provide detailed handouts for all registrants in advance of the session.
  • Registration: PAELA has circulated the registration process through PAELA’s ListServ and included a Zoom link for each of the 3 sessions. Registration is limited to PAELA members only.
  • Method of Delivery: This session will be completed via Zoom Webinar. A poll will be presented as a means to verify your attendance, and an evaluation form circulated and required to qualify to complete for the CLE credit (as required by PACLE).