Live Interactive Webinar Featuring Elder Law Topics

To all caregivers, friends, relatives, and seniors grab a cup of coffee and join us virtually for this essential and informative webinar on Elder Law related topics. Learn about estate and long-term care planning, legal documents, asset protection, veterans benefits and more!  

This live interactive Zoom webinar will be held on Wed, Feb 24 at 10am. This is the first of a 4-part series that will feature Elder Law, Senior Living, Hospice Care and Memorial Planning. At the conclusion of each webinar, we are giving away two $50 Amazon gift cards to our live attendees. 

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To all caregivers, friends, relatives, and seniors grab a cup of coffee and join us virtually for this essential and informative webinar on Elder Law related topics. Learn about estate and long-term care planning, legal documents, asset protection, veterans benefits and more!

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