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Protecting Assets from Probate & Longterm Care: Don't Let the System Bankrupt You

17nov6:00 pm7:00 pmProtecting Assets from Probate & Longterm Care: Don't Let the System Bankrupt You with Elderlaw Attorney Evan Farr

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At Kensington Senior Living, our promise is to love and care for your family as we do our own. We are committed to improving the quality of life for seniors as well as the caregivers who love them. So we seek out support from specialty experts; to help boost caregiver morale, preserve energy and keep stressors in check.

Families of an aging loved one often reach a point where they know their loved one needs to start planning for a lifestyle change. Oftentimes, confusion, overwhelm and conflicting opinions can get families stuck before they even get started in the process.

Join The Kensington Falls Church for an Ask the Expert Panel Discussion with Evan Farr, Certified Elder Law Attorney and Best-Selling Author. He will share how to begin preparing for this next stage of life with your aging loved one and answer your top questions on Estate-Planning and Long-Term Care Planning.

Our Expert Will Discuss:

  • Learn how to protect your assets and obtain valuable Medicaid and Veterans benefits to pay for long-term care.
  • Learn what the most important estate planning document is, and find out whether yours has the magic language needed to allow asset protection!
  • Find out why a Last Will and Testament is insufficient for most people, and why a Trust is the best alternative for almost everyone!
  • Find out what type of trust protects your assets from lawsuits, divorce, medical bills, and nursing home. 

Questions regarding this event, please reach out to Mary Curry, at mcurry@kensingtonsl.com.

Evan Farr, CELA, CAP
Certified Elder Law Attorney (NELF)
Council of Advanced Practitioners (NAELA)
Charter Member, Academy of Special Needs Planners

Time

(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm EST

Location

Virtual Zoom Event

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