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Asset Protection Elder Law Presentation at Salem Council on Aging

On Thursday, September 15, 2022, Salem’s Council on Aging will offer a free asset protection presentation by Certified Elder Law Attorneys Patrick Curley and Lucy Budman of Curley Law Firm LLP. 

 

Entitled “Estate Plan Survival Kit – What you need to protect your family, your assets, and your independence as you age”, the presentation will take place at the Salem Council on Aging, Jean A. Levesque Community Life Center, 401 Bridge Street, Salem, MA, at 10:00 a.m. and is open to the public. 

 

Patrick Curley
      Patrick Curley

Attorneys Curley and Budman will share with attendees the strategies they can use to better protect themselves and their family, their home and savings, and their ongoing independence.  The presentation will address (1) steps to take to avoid Guardianship, Conservatorship, and Probate; (2) the pros and cons of Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts; and, (3) peace of mind planning to be prepared for ‘what if’ scenarios including nursing home care.

Lucy Budman
      Lucy Budman

 

 “Elder law education is part of my mission to help seniors in Salem and the surrounding North Shore communities better protect their independence and assets for the future,” said Attorney Curley. “It is impossible to plan ahead if one never learns the lawful planning options available. This presentation is designed so that every attendee leaves equipped with the information they need to make informed decisions for their future.”

 

Attorneys Curley and Budman are two of just 28 Certified Elder Law Attorneys in the Commonwealth.  Curley Law Firm LLP, which is based in Wakefield but also offers online consultations, focuses exclusively on Estate Planning and Elder Law.  More information about Asset Protection Law and the speakers can be found at www.CurleyLawFirm.com.  

 

For further information or to reserve a seat, please call the Salem Council on Aging at 978-744-0924 to reserve a seat.   

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