Park City, UT (PRWEB) August 07, 2014
Bradley J. Frigon, owner of the Law Offices of Bradley J. Frigon, LLC, participated on a panel of experts discussing, “Legalized Marijuana,” at the Conference of Western Attorneys General in Park City, Utah in July 2014.
Brad addressed special needs individuals and marijuana use, marijuana users and impact on public benefits/government subsidized housing, ethical issues for attorneys that represent businesses associated with all facets of marijuana in a legalized state, and consequences of trustees purchasing medical marijuana for a beneficiary.
Brad founded the Englewood, Colorado-based Law Offices of Bradley J. Frigon, LLC, in 2001. He is President of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, an adjunct professor in the Masters of LLM program at Stetson University College of Law and board member of the Special Needs Alliance. He is considered an expert in trust and estates and special needs fields and has been quoted by The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, MSN Money, Bloomberg, and Kiplinger Retirement Report.
Brad’s accomplishments include:
President of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorney (NAELA)
Elder Counsel co-editor of Special Needs Trusts Module
Certified Elder Law Attorney (CELA)
COLO Super Lawyer
Member of the Council of Advanced Practitioners (CAP)
Nationally recognized speaker
He is also the author of numerous publications, including co-author of Fundamentals of Special Needs Trusts, by Stuart D. Zimring, Rebecca C. Morgan and Bradley J. Frigon (Matthew Bender, 2012).
The Law Offices of Bradley J. Frigon assists clients with all aspects of trust and estate matters, including probate, trust administration, and probate litigation. This includes simple and complex wills and trusts, financial power of attorney documents, and advanced medical directives. Additionally, the practice provides elder law advice and is nationally recognized for expertise in special needs planning and tax matters. To learn more about the firm, visit their website or call 720-200-4025.