Litherland, Kennedy & Associates, APC, Attorneys at Law
We’re back to offering in-person events again! Join us at our Campbell Office for this event. Please note that seating is limited, and registration is required. Masks are recommended.
Many families that need help protecting an elderly loved one’s assets also need help finding and coordinating care.
Life Care Planning does it all.
Wednesday, August 17 @ 1:00 pm
Litherland, Kennedy & Associates
3425 S. Bascom Avenue, Suite 240
Medical emergencies, long-term illness and disability raise tough questions for families. How can you get your loved one the right care without squandering family wealth on nursing home costs or losing it in the Medi-Cal system? How can you be sure your loved one is getting the right care? What will you do if there are problems? Who has the authority to help your loved one?
Life Care Planning is a comprehensive way to respond to the challenges created by frailty, long-term illness or disability. A Life Care Plan spells out how the elder law attorneys and geriatric care manager at Litherland, Kennedy & Associates can help you get the best possible care for your loved one while preserving your loved one’s wealth to the greatest extent possible. Combining asset protection, public benefits qualification, care coordination, nursing home advocacy and crisis intervention services together, a Life Care Plan is an indispensable reassurance for elders and those who love them.
At this seminar you’ll learn:
- The importance of a comprehensive estate plan
- The basics of Medi-Cal Planning and Long-Term Care
- How ‘real-life’ crises scenarios could be better handled with planning
- How a Geriatric Care Manager can assist the elder and their loved ones to assure the elder receives the best care possible
Attorney Maggie LaBranch-Gonzales and Geriatric Care Manager Dedra Jize will also answer your questions.
Yes! Register me for this Workshop!
About the Speaker:
About Litherland, Kennedy & Associates
We have been providing quality estate planning services in the Greater Bay Area since 1975. Our firm is committed to helping those concerned with protecting their families from the devastating legal effects of disability and death. With the aid of public seminars, educational presentations, articles, and radio/television interviews, we have championed the use of revocable living trusts as a proven way to protect families from probate, to minimize or eliminate federal estate taxes, and to prevent the Medi-Cal Recovery lien. We are members of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys and National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.
Justin has co-authored a book with American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys founders Robert Armstrong and Sanford Fisch, titled, Yes, You Need an Estate Plan!. You can request your copy using this link.