The NAEPC and the AEP
The Essex County Estate Planning Council is an affiliated council of the National Association of Estate Planners & Councils.
And did you know that as a member of the ECEPC, you are eligible for a host of NAEPC benefits? We invite you to join us on March 25 at 9am for a presentation by William D. Kirchick, president of the NAEPC Board of Directors and partner in the Private Client Department at Boston law firm, Nutter, who will discuss the benefits of being a member of a NAEPC-affiliated council, including the opportunity to earn the AEP™ designation.
Current and prospective members of the ECEPC are invited to join this educational session, from which you'll come away with a better understanding of the value of an ECEPC membership. We will leave time at the end of the session for a question and answer period with Mr. Kirchick and members of the ECEPC board.
Registration is required for this event for members and non-members. Registered participants will receive a Zoom link the day before the event.
- Learn more about the AEP™ and the ECEPC's program that can help you earn this designation.
- Learn more about the valuable benefits available to you through the NAEPC.
Prospective Members and Past Members:
- Hear updates from the ECEPC and learn more about how we are engaging - and plan to engage - local estate planning professionals in a virtual world.
About our speaker
William D. Kirchick is a partner in Nutter’s Private Client Department. Owners of closely held businesses, corporate executives, self-employed professionals, and families with inherited wealth frequently engage Bill for counsel in all aspects of in estates, trusts, and business succession planning.