Elder Law Presentation: Protecting Your Assets—Myths & Misinformation

SeniorCare Inc. will host a presentation by Attorney Natalie A. Simon addressing concerns we have as we age and steps we can take to protect our financial interests on Thursday, April 7, 2016, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the SeniorCare offices located at 49 Blackburn Center in Gloucester, MA.

Attorney Simon will address concerns about losing assets if it becomes necessary to enter a nursing facility. In addition, she will discuss how best to prepare legally, including the creation of critical documents (i.e., Health Care Proxy, Durable Power of Attorney and Advance Directives). Finally, Attorney Simon will discuss trusts and who needs them, who does not, whether or not it is important to avoid probate, and the myths and misinformation that are causing confusion in this important decision-making process.

Natalie A. Simon, Esquire
Natalie A. Simon, Esquire

Natalie A. Simon is a Gloucester, Massachusetts elder law attorney. Attorney Simon received her JD, cum laude, from Boston College Law School in 1981, and, after associations with Boston law firms, opened her own elder law practice in Gloucester. She has been a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys since 1991, is a founding officer of its Massachusetts Chapter and has served on the Chapter’s Board of Directors since its inception. She has received awards for Outstanding Achievement from the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and its Massachusetts Chapter. Attorney Simon was delighted to have been asked to join the Board of Directors of SeniorCare Inc. in 2013.

There is no charge for the workshop.  For information and to reserve your space, contact Tracy Arabian at SeniorCare Inc. at 978-281-1750 x-508 or tracy.arabian@seniorcareinc.org.

About SeniorCare

SeniorCare Inc. serves an area that represents more than 27,000 residents aged 60 and over.  We provide services to adults with disabilities and elders in nine communities. Established in 1972, SeniorCare has approximately 100 employees and nearly 400 volunteers. The volunteers and staff work to fulfill its mission as a consumer-centered organization which provides and coordinates services to elders and others. This allows them to live independently at home or in a setting of their choice, while remaining part of their community.

Elder Law Presentation