Did you miss our Senior Law Day at the Westchester County Center on September 10? Here’s a video link to three core programs; news you can use!
Three Senior Law Day events are scheduled each year, in addition to a roster of workshops held at local libraries and community venues. Check our calendar for dates and/or share your email here to receive updates on our events.
“The fact that Senior Law Day has taken place for 20 years – and continues to get better each time – is a testament to the relevance of this important event.”– George Latimer, County Executive
Senior Law Day events offer free educational seminars and one-to-one 15-minute consultations with attorneys, financial planners, and geriatric care managers. This is your opportunity to meet with experts who can provide authoritative advice on important, and sometimes not-so-easy to discuss topics, such as:
- housing options
- wills vs. trusts
- ways to pay for long-term care
- how to put your estate in order
Want to know more right away? A valuable guide to elder law topics is the annually updated Elder Law Q&A (available in English and Spanish). You can also review our Program Topics to find out more about what these professionals can share. Our calendar of workshops is regularly updated.
Senior Law Day is presented by the Westchester County Public Private Partnership for Aging Services, the Westchester County Department of Senior Programs and Services, and legal and financial advisers from the public and private sector.
Want to bring these free programs to your community? Please call or email Sarah A. Steckler, Senior Law Day Collaborative Program Coordinator. (914) 946-4777 Ext. 338 | firstname.lastname@example.org