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Just some of what you will learn:

  • Why a Will is important

  • How healthcare directives make emergency care easier on your loved ones

  • What are the responsibilities of a POA

  • What are non-probate assets
  • How revocable living trusts work
  • What happens when someone dies without a Will

  • Medicaid's eligibility rules

  • How Connecticut's probate process works

  • Strategies to protect your assets from long-term care costs

Seminars run from 12:00-1:30 pm and include complimentary lunch.

The Iron Rail
10 Railroad Street
New Milford, CT 06776

Have questions?

Call Julie at: (860) 924-7798
Email us: julie@ctseniorlaw.com

RSVP by: October 10, 2022

SPACE IS LIMITED

All of us at Czepiga Daly Pope & Perri look forward to seeing you!

FREE Estate Planning Seminars

Join us for complimentary lunch... and learn the steps you can take to:

  • Preserve what you've worked for  
  • Protect your loved ones
  • Reduce the stress that accompanies the financial and healthcare
       challenges 
    that come with change.

  • Attend and you'll take home ideas you can put in 
    place right away.

    Understanding Estate Plans:
    Creating a new plan and updating existing plans

    October 17th, 12:00 - 1:30 PM

     The past couple years have taught us that life circumstances can change   in an instant. If they do, are you prepared? Consider some difficult     questions…. Do you want to be on life support? Who will pay your bills if   you can’t? And if you pass away, how will your estate be divided amongst   your heirs?

    In this program, come learn from Attorney Lynda Lee Arnold about Wills, trusts, powers of attorney (POA), and healthcare directives. You’ll walk away understanding what these documents are for, and what you need to do to create yours. Even if you have already created an estate plan, come learn about recent law updates and discover if you should have your existing documents reviewed and updated.

    Don't Lose Your House:
    Protecting assets from long-term care costs

    October 24th, 12:00 - 1:30 PM

     Connecticut’s long-term care costs are the 2nd highest in the nation.   You’ve likely heard horror stories of people losing their homes to pay for   care. Attend this session with Attorney Lynda Lee Arnold to learn how you   can protect your assets with a carefully-orchestrated plan.

     You’ll walk away understanding how you can properly protect your life     savings. You’ll also learn about Medicaid and how it can help you pay for   long-term care costs. Medicaid’s confusing rules, what it takes to apply, who can help you complete an application, and much more will be discussed. We’ll also cover strategies to protect your money if an unforeseen crisis arises.

    Probate:
    It's not a dirty word

    October 31st, 12:00 - 1:30 PM

    The word probate has become a dirty word in estate planning. We’re here to tell you it’s not. Your experience with probate court largely depends on your own circumstances.

    For example, a small estate is simple. But a large estate or a dysfunctional family can make the probate process long and expensive.

    The best thing you can do to prepare is to educate yourself. Attend this session with Attorney Lynda Lee Arnold to learn the ins and outs of probate in Connecticut including who takes charge of a Will after someone dies, what happens if someone dies without a Will, and how to avoid a lengthy probate process.

    Programs presented by Attorney Lynda Lee Arnold

     Lynda Lee Arnold, a partner at Czepiga Daly Pope & Perri, helps   develop customized estate planning strategies for Connecticut   residents of all ages and income levels. She is known for her calm   demeanor and gentle approach when working with clients.

     Lynda earned her Juris Doctorate degree from Pace University   School of Law and then went the extra mile to further her knowledge   of elder law by earning a Master of Law (LL.M.) degree in Estate   Planning and Elder Law.

     Lynda also has deep roots in the New Milford community. She was   born and raised in New Milford, graduated from New Milford High     School, and still resides in the area.