Richard M. Barron will participate in the following university-sponsored seminars and workshops that will help you better understand the legal, financial and health care needs of the elderly.
7 Threats to Your Family’s Security and How to Avoid Them
NCTC Prime Timers Gainesville, Cooke County, Texas
Tuesday September 13, 2016 from 10:00 am to Noon
Tuesday September 20, 2016 from 10:00 am to Noon
The Life Long Learning Department of North Central Texas College is presenting the “Elder Law Boot Camp” taught by a local attorney with experience in the legal, financial and heath care needs. It is always the case that when you need a great estate or disability plan it is usually too late!
Most people who do plan will only address one question, “what happens to my property when I die? There is a second question that also needs to be asked, “what happens if I live, and become physically or mentally incapable of making my own financial and health care directives, now what happens to my assets, life savings, income, and more importantly, what happens to my spouse and family, who will provide for them”?
The North Central Texas College is sponsoring the Life Long Learning initiative “Prime Timers”. The Elder Law Boot Camp will be one of the featured classes and will meet on the first Monday and Tuesday in May, 2016 at the Life Long Learning Center located on the Gainesville, Cooke County, Texas campus. Information on the program can be obtained trough the Life Long Learning Department at the Campus location or on line at www.nctc.edu or by phone.
The Boot Camp will address legal document essential as we age, probate, trusts, Veteran’s Benefits, and Medicaid Qualification.
Lifelong Learning is offering an exclusive membership opportunity to residents of Cooke County who are ages 62 and better for FREE! Register for our Prime Timers program and you can take up to ten of the classes listed. NCTC’s “thank you” for our home-county’s support over the years!
Registration begins January 7th, 2016. Prime Timers can register in person at the CTC 2100 building on the Gainesville campus. Call 940-668-4272 with questions.
Boot Camp Instructor Texas Elder Law Attorney Richard M. Barron
UNT, Emeritus College, Denton, Texas “Elder Law Boot Camp”
The Emeritus College at the University of North Texas is an organization created to provide an extensive range of educational opportunities, travel programs and social activities for adults age 50+. Emeritus College currently has 475 members participating in over 140 classes, tours, clubs and events per year.
This semester will be under way soon, and you still can enroll in the college and be able to attend the other fascinating seminars/workshops available, and not miss any of the “Elder Law Boot Camp” or “How to Pay for Long Term Care Without Going Broke”.
The workshop/seminars are designed to educate senior citizens and/or families on some of the common legal mistakes, myths, and concerns related to aging. The information covered includes wills, powers of attorney (financial and medical), advance healthcare directives, trusts, legal asset protection, government benefits (Veteran’s Benefits and Medicaid) and probate issues. In general the class will give an overview of how to navigate the healthcare and benefits maze of aging.
Boot Camp Date: Tuesday September 27 & Thursday September 29, 2016
at 2:45 pm at Robson Ranch
If interested in a great learning experience without any tests then join the Emeritus College by contacting University’s C.A.L.L. Center for Adult Life Long Learning center or go online at http://call.unt.edu/EmeritusCollege to get additional information.
Elder Law Boot Camp – Collin County Community College, Plano, Texas
The S.A.I.L. program, Seniors Active in Learning is presenting the “Elder Law Boot Camp” taught by a local attorney Richard M. Barron with experience in the legal, financial and heath care needs. It is always the case that when you need a great estate or disability plan it is usually too late! Most people who do plan will only address one question, “what happens to my property when I die? There is a second question that also needs to be asked, “what happens if I live, and become physically or mentally incapable of making my own financial and health care directives, now what happens to my assets, life savings, income, and more importantly, what happens to my spouse and family, who will provide for them?”
When: Fall 2016
Where: Collin County Community College, Courtyard Center, 4800 Preston Park in Plano.
Seniors Active in Learning is an educational program for individuals 55 years of age or older, sponsored by the Collin College Continuing Education Department. Our purpose is to encourage lifelong learning and to provide members with common interests, the opportunity to participate in study, discussion and social interaction. We offer classes in the fall, spring and summer terms and sponsor social activities throughout the year. Anyone who is 55 years of age or older can join, regardless of residence.
To enroll contact the College by phone or go to their website: www.collin.edu/sail/.
“7 Threats to Your Financial Security”
Workshop – TBT