5 Things to Know About Estate Planning
Once You Turn Sixty-Five
5 Things to Know About Estate Planning Once You Turn 65
Learn From Local New Jersey Attorneys:
How to avoid probate and keep your estate matters private
How to appoint a family member or a friend to make financial and health-care decisions if you become incapacitated due to an illness, injury or advanced age
How to avoid guardianship
Benefits and disadvantages of having a Living Trust vs. Will, and how to determine which one you need
How to plan for Long-Term Care and qualify for Medicaid LTC services
How to protect your family and your assets not only during your life, but also for the lives of your beneficiaries (large debts or unpaid judgments, irresponsible or risky lifestyles, unstable marriages, etc.)
This is a FREE EDUCATIONAL EVENT. No services or products will be offered during the presentation. There is no cost or obligation to attend.
The webinar is designed for general audience and is presented in a simple and easy-to-understand format.
The webinar is presented by Andrey Milvidskiy, Esq., the principal attorney of Milvidskiy Law Group P.C., an elder law and estate planning firm with offices in Paramus, Morristown, Jersey City, and Red Bank, and the author of the book The Law of Aging (available at Barnes & Noble and Amazon).
After the Webinar, you’ll have the opportunity to request a Complimentary Consultation with an Attorney, if you wish to do so.
Estate planning is way too important to neglect. Do not trust non-attorneys or online services to handle your estate plan – the consequences may be dire. The choice of a lawyer is an important decision and should not be based solely upon advertisements.