Elder Law Sessions

November 2018 Newsletter

Elder Law Sessions
Please join us in welcoming PWW Law as they present this three part series,

Elder Law Plan Today to Protect Your Tomorrow

January 22, 29 & February 5, 2019 at 10

Estate planning organizes your affairs to accomplish long range goals for your-self and your family. We will explore the three stages of estate planning. We will clarify the role of a power of attor-ney, unravel the probate and explain the use of trusts to avoid probate. We will cover personal property memorandums, jointly owned assets and appropriate beneficiary designations. Finally we will explain the ethics surroundings as-set protection planning.

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Senior Center Bits

    Driver Needed
    Need volunteers for Laurel Food Lion pickup for Food Bank Donation on Tuesday and Thursday’s. Must have truck. Will pay mileage. For more information please see Donna Bennett or Bobbie Jo Tice.

    Bereavement Class
    Pat Landis, M.S. leads our Bereavement Classes. Grief is a challenging, emotional journey that is unique to each person. At times, the griever may feel that they are all alone and that no one wants to hear about his or her experiences. We are here to say, "You don’t have to grieve alone!” Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care provides this free support group. The group is led by knowledgeable, understanding, professionals who will help support and guide you through the grief process.

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