Please note that the Council office has a new address:  17 Depot Street, Suite 3, Concord, NH  03301.  Our phone number and email contact information remain the same.To reach us, you may send an email by clicking here or by calling 603-228-1231. 

Council Update as of August 28, 2020:  The council is continuing to confirm future dates and locations and speakers for the upcoming membership year. Please note that our first meeting scheduled for September 23 will be an online event.  Further details about this event can be viewed by clicking the "Event Details" link under the "Upcoming Events" column on the homepage. Membership dues renewal is now open and available for handling online via this website. To renew your dues (either via credit card or check), click on the Member Log In button above. Your username is your email address and your password is your FirstLast Name entered as one word with Initial Caps (JohnSmith).  If your credentials do not work, please reach out to the council office at info@nhepc.org or by calling 603-228-1231.  Printed receipts are available from the system for those in need of one.  

Welcome to the website of the New Hampshire Estate Planning Council. If you are looking for an estate planner, you’ve come to the right place. The Council can connect you with an estate planner who is a member in good standing of our local council.

We maintain a database of our members in order to help simplify your search for a qualified estate planner; please see the Member Directory tab. Most members adhere to the concept of the team approach in estate planning so your plan may be considered by a team of professionals of your choosing.

If you are an estate planning professional, who is not yet a member, we extend an invitation to you to learn more about our local estate planning council which has a membership of over 220 professionals. Local estate planning councils are required to have members representing, at minimum, four primary disciplines:   attorneys, accountants, trust officers and life underwriter/financial planning professional. The Council, also includes other related disciplines such as non-profit development and planned giving specialists. We believe that maintaining a membership in an affiliated local council is critical to your professional development and we encourage you to join.

The Council has posted the latest information on upcoming meetings and events. Regrettably, due to the ongoing pandemic, we are not able to host live events and for now we will operate on Zoom. In addition, information pertaining to meeting sponsorship, website advertising and vendor display tables is available by clicking on the "Documents" button on the left side of this page. This will provide you and your firm with the opportunity to gain exposure to our members.

 Any current member may sponsor a new member or bring a guest to a meeting. A membership application is available for printing from this website in the "Document Library" or interest parties may now use the Interactive Membership Application available on this website.  Questions may directed to our our administrative offices at 603-228-1231.

 I look forward to your active participation at upcoming meetings and to being your President during 2020-2021.

 Best regards,

Joyce M. Skaperdas
President, NHEPC

Disclaimer:  Please note that the appearance of our members' contact information on this website constitutes neither an endorsement or recommendation of any member, nor does it guarantee the work of any member.

 

 

 


New Hampshire Estate Planning Council is affiliated with the National Association of Estate Planners & Councils and joining can fulfill the requirement of belonging to an affiliated local estate planning council to become an Accredited Estate Planner® (AEP®) designee. Please contact the national office at 866-226-2224 to learn more about the Accredited Estate Planner® designation.