Attend this FREE webinar and learn:
- How NOT to become impoverished by Nursing Home Costs now averaging over $100,000/year!
- Already in a Nursing Home? We can help!
- The real look-back gifting rules are not what you think!
- Preserve Medi-Cal eligibility and avoid loss of your family home!
- How proper planning can Protect Your Assets!
- Why traditional Living Trusts won’t help with Nursing Home Costs!
- The difference between immediate need and long term planning.
This workshop will be presented as a Webinar with Q&A. Please make sure to provide your email address and phone number in the registration (without this information, we will not be able to register you for the webinar). We will send you information on how to join the webinar via email.
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.
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 the Litherland Law Offices 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 the ultimate protection for elders and those who love them.
Attend this Workshop to Learn:
- The importance of a comprehensive estate plan
- The basics of Medi-Cal Planning and Long-Term Care
- How a Geriatric Care Manager can assist the elder and their loved ones to assure the elder receives the best care possible
This workshop will be held at Litherland, Kennedy & Associates, 3425 S. Bascom Avenue, Suite 240, Campbell. Seating is limited and reservations are required.
Client Review Workshop
Has it been more than 5 years since you’ve signed your living trust estate plan with our office? Have you been unable to attend our recent client appreciation seminars?
In this workshop, we will discuss:
- The importance of assuring that your estate plan reflects your current wishes
- Updates in the law with regard to estate planning and Medi-Cal planning
- We will also answer your questions
Having an estate plan in place is perhaps the most important step in passing on your legacy; understanding and maintaining your plan is equally as important. We encourage you to take advantage of this free event.
Seating is limited. Reservations are required.
Note: Please do NOT bring your estate planning documents/binder with you to this workshop. Unfortunately, the attorney does not have the time to review documents during the workshop. After attending the workshop, we would be happy to schedule a free personal consultation where the attorney can discuss your documents with you.
FUNDING YOUR TRUST:
Do you still have assets to fund into your Living Trust?
Find out how to properly transfer those assets into the name of your Trust
As part of our commitment to help keep you informed on estate planning matters, we are hosting a Client Workshop on Funding Your Trust. If you have assets that you have not yet retitled into your Living Trust, don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to transfer those assets and the importance of assuring your assets are properly funded into your Trust.
We will discuss:
- How and Why to fund your trust
- Concerns about retirement account beneficiary designations and issues with Social Security trust accounts
- We will also answer your funding questions.
Seating is limited to 25 people and reservations are required.
Will your family know what to do upon your death or incapacity? Do they know which of your estate planning documents they will need to use and when to use them?
Join us from the comfort of your home with your adult children, Successor Trustees, Executors and Power of Attorney Agents at this unique class.
Participants will learn what to do after someone dies or is incapacitated, and the role that various people and estate planning documents play in the process. We will also cover tips and recommendations on what you can do now to prepare for the future. Being prepared to implement an estate plan is just as important as creating an estate plan.
FREE to Litherland, Kennedy & Associates, APC clients, their family, and their Trustees/Agents. Reservations are required.
Presented by Attorneys Justin M. Kennedy and Magdalena A. LaBranch-Gonzales