What is the Brevard County Estate Planning Council?
The Brevard County Estate Planning Council (BCEPC) has been providing education, networking, exchange of ideas and fellowship to those involved in estate planning since 1983.
The membership of the Council consists of the following professional categories:
- Attorneys at Law and members in good standing of the Florida Bar.
- Certified Financial Planners who hold current FINRA and State of Florida registered representative licenses.
- Certified Public Accountants registered to practice by the Florida State Board of Accountancy, or a CPA registered to practice in a state other than Florida and employed by a Florida CPA firm.
- Chartered Life Underwriters
- Chartered Financial Consultants
- Development Directors employed on a full time basis by a not-for-profit organization described in Section 501(C)3 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, as the development officer or development department head (membership limited to one representative per organization); provided however, that such individual must also be a member of one of the following organizations: The Council on Aid and Support of Education (CASE), the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP) or the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP).
- Trust Officers of a trust company or bank maintaining a trust department and actively engaged in estate planning, trust investments, or personal and corporate trust administration.