Palo Alto Estate Planning Attorney Gilfix Offering Public Seminar
Palo Alto, CA (Law Firm Newswire) October 15, 2013 – Attorney Michael Gilfix, of the estate planning firm Gilfix & La Poll Associates, is presenting estate planning options to the public on October 21, 2013 in Palo Alto, California, at the Crowne Plaza Cabana.
Due to overwhelming demand, two seminar sessions are available, from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Members of the public are invited to this very special Gilfix Seminar on long-term care planning, asset protection planning and special needs planning. The discussion is to include asset protection and Medi-Cal issues when facing the cost of long-term care, and on special needs trusts for autistic children and other children with special needs.
“At Gilfix & La Poll, we focus on long-term care planning, asset protection planning and special needs planning,” said Palo Alto estate planning attorney Michael Gilfix. “We find these seminars are of particular use to our clients who may wish to consider how to protect their assets when home care or skilled nursing care is needed. It also allows them to look at Medi-Cal coverage, long-term care insurance and veteran’s benefits.”
Individuals concerned about their own long-term care solutions, about their care needs, about aging parents, caring for disabled children, or who have concerns about a diagnosis for themselves or a loved one of dementia, Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s, may find this seminar particularly useful. There is no charge for attendance. Mr. Gilfix’s Special Needs Trust Management and Creation Guide is also available to attendees at no charge, while supplies last.
Gilfix & La Poll is a leading law firm in estate planning, special needs trust planning and Medi-Cal planning. Attorney Gilfix is frequently asked to speak about estate and asset protection and long-term care planning at seminars throughout the Bay Area.
For more information on the seminar or about estate planning and special needs trusts, call (650) 493-8070 or (408) 971-7292.
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