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We've developed a series of free webinars for seniors and their families that address common legal questions and the important topics in elder law; estate planning, asset protection, wills, trusts, Medicaid, and more.  We invite you to scroll through the on-demand library below and continue to check back as we update with the latest webinars each week. 

A Q&A webinar series. Get answers to your elder law questions. Episode 4

Have an elder law question or need guidance on a care issue? "Ask Brian" is a Q & A webinar series where we invite you to submit a question and hear Brain's response on the webinar.  

Whether you are a client of ours, a professional colleague, or someone just getting started in your estate planning, we're here to help.

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There may come a point in time when a parent can no longer live on their own. Learn about the different types of residential options and when to start the legal and financial planning.

We all love our parents and we want the best for them, but one of the most challenging tasks we face is how we take care of our parents as they age. There may come a point in time when a parent can no longer live on their own. Perhaps this is due to a cognitive decline or some functional limitations. Fortunately, there are various options you can consider when determining the safest and the most suitable place for mom or dad to live.

Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq. as he explains the different types of residential options and when to start the legal and financial planning that fits your situation best.

 

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Watch our free webinar on the advantages of in-home physical therepy and how these services trigger the need for proper legal planning that can help pay for future long term care.

Options for in-home rehabilitation and physical therapy services offer older adults with limited mobility, difficulties with the Activities of Daily Living, or certain medical conditions, such as Alzheimer's or Parkinson's, the ability to receive services in the comfort of their own home.

Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq., as he and his guest, Dr. Rosario Accardi, founder of At Home Active Motion Physical Therapy Services, will discuss the advantages of in-home care and how these services trigger the need for proper legal planning that can help pay for future long term care.

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Learn to identify and understand the early warning signs of age-related health issues such as dementia.

As your parents age, it is important to be able to identify and understand the early signs and symptoms of age-related health issues. The more you can do to prepare your parents to age well and accept caregiving support, the healthier, more active and engaged your parents are likely to be.

Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq. as he explains The Aging Checklist and steps you can take to ensure their safety and well-being and the various ways to pay for care now and into the future.

 

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A Q&A webinar series. Get answers to your elder law questions. Episode 3

Have an elder law question or need guidance on a care issue? "Ask Brian" is a Q & A webinar series where we invite you to submit a question and hear Brain's response on the webinar.  

Whether you are a client of ours, a professional colleague, or someone just getting started in your estate planning, we're here to help.

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Learn about the important health care and legal documents you should have in place before a medical crisis or hospital stay occurs in our free webinar.

Since the pandemic, there is an even greater need to understand your options in the event of a medical crisis. It can be overwhelming when you are faced with complicated decisions and unfamiliar terms such as; HCP, LW, DNI, DNR and MOLST.

Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq as he explains each of these terms and how each of these documents can help you plan for your wishes to be carried out in the event of a medical crisis.

 

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Watch our free webinar on the legal and financial strategies for planning your wealth to last throughout your retirement years.

Many of us intend to meet life's milestones with our financial goals in place. While navigating the 2nd half of life brings changes to our financial needs, it is important to have a comprehensive financial and legal plan designed to minimize risk, protect assets and provide for potential long-term care needs.

Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq., as he and his guest Paul Adamo, CPA of Professional Wealth Associates, discuss how Social Security, Income Taxation and Medicaid factor into designing a successful financial plan.

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Watch our free webinar to learn what on legal strategies can help you minimize estate tax.

In New York, both federal and state estate taxes exist and if certain strategies are not implemented in your lifetime estate plan, you run the risk of paying upwards of 50% in combined estate taxes.

Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq. as he shares the number one estate tax strategy for married couples in light of the current estate tax environment and the changes that are expected to occur.

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Listen to the Law You Should Know Podcastabout the benefits and importance of Health Care Proxies, Trusts, and the Power of Attorney

Ken Landau talks with Elder Law Attorney Brian Andrew Tully about the benefits and importance of Health Care Proxies, Trusts, and the Power of Attorney; and how an Elder Law Attorney can review, update and/or draft these important legal documents.

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A Q&A webinar series. Get answers to your elder law questions. Episode 2

Have an elder law question or need guidance on a care issue? "Ask Brian" is a Q & A webinar series where we invite you to submit a question and hear Brain's response on the webinar.  

Whether you are a client of ours, a professional colleague, or someone just getting started in your estate planning, we're here to help.

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Watch our free webinar to learn what every adult should know about estate planning and how to get started.

Learn the basic estate planning documents every adult needs to have regardless of age, wealth, or health. Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq. as he breaks down the essential documents that go beyond the Last Will & Testament to ensure your wishes for your healthcare, finances and assets are handled in the event you are unable to.

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Watch our free webinar discussing in-home care options and how the industry has changed since the Covid-19 pandemic.

As the number of older Americans living longer continues to rise, many families may be looking for in-home care to provide assistance with daily activities and personal care.  Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq. and his guest Charles Defranco of ValuCare, a home care agency, as they discuss the many options available to seniors and answer questions on how to choose the best Managed Long-Term Care (MLTC) company or in-home caregiver for your loved one.

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Free webinar about how to plan for children with special needs and learn more about the Supplemental Needs Trust.

If you are a parent or a grandparent of a child with special needs, you may be considering an inheritance for your loved one after your passing. Unfortunately, there are many risks involved if the right estate planning is not put into place. Join Brian Andrew Tully as he shares the legal strategies behind the Supplemental Needs Trust.

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Watch our free Q&A monthly webinar series, Ask Brian. Get answers to your elder law questions.

Have an elder law question or need guidance on a care issue? "Ask Brian" is a Q & A webinar series where we invite you to submit a question and hear Brain's response on the webinar.  

Whether you are a client of ours, a professional colleague, or someone just getting started in your estate planning, we're here to help.

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Free webinar on the upcoming changes to the Medicaid program - learn the legal strategies to avoid penalties and keep aging parents home longer

Significant changes to the Community Medicaid program are coming soon. There are only a few months left to plan, protect assets and apply before the January 1st deadline when look-back periods and penalties will begin.

Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq.as he shares the legal strategies available to protect assets and how the Community Medicaid program can help your loved one so they can stay home safer and longer.

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Free webinar on the benefits of assisted living and how to pay for it

Assisted Living communities offer older adults, who wish to live independently as they age, an opportunity to do so with the comfort of having assistance on hand as they need it.

Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq. and his guest Julie Wexler, MPA of The Bristal Assisted Living as they discuss the many options available to seniors and answer questions on when should you consider moving to an assisted living and how to pay for it. Topics also include how the pandemic has changed the assisted living community and what measures have been implemented to ensure the safety of residents.

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Free webinar on how to pay for long-term health care for your spouse while protecting assets

As the saying goes, no matter what happens, you're in it together. But what happens when a long-term illness is diagnosed? Decisions about what kind of care, how will the care be paid for, where will the care be provided, and who will provide it are just a few of the questions we hear from our clients. There are many steps you and your spouse can take to manage the long-term health care system and safeguard your assets while paying for the care that is needed.

Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq., a Certified Elder Law Attorney with more than 23 years of experience, as he shares how you can get started to protect your assets and get the best care possible.

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Free webinar on New York's updated, simplified Power of Attorney form

The Power of Attorney is one of the most important documents you can have. And the good news for New Yorkers is next month the state is implementing a new simplified and streamlined Power of Attorney.

Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq., a Certified Elder Law Attorney with more than 23 years of experience, as he shares the importance of the Power of Attorney and how the new form will ease the confusion and complexity surrounding the current form.

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Free webinar with an elder law attorney and elder care coordinator discussing life care planning legal services

In 2009 Tully Law Group became the first Long Island elder law firm to integrate the Life Care Planning model into its practice. This unique approach helps families respond to health care challenges, protect assets and maintain the quality of life that your elderly loved one desires.

Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq., a Certified Elder Law Attorney with more than 23 years of experience, and his guest Julie Ulrich, MSW, an Elder Care Coordinator at Tully Law Group for an insightful look at the support, guidance and advocacy work that our ECC's provide to our Life Care Planning clients and their families to ensure loved ones get the best care possible and protect the most assets.

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Free webinar comparing revocable living trusts to last will and testaments

As elder law attorneys, we help clients with their Estate Planning and one of the most important aspects is understanding the risks and difficulties of the probate process. There are certain legal tools that we can implement to help our clients avoid probate and save money, save time and keep their affairs private. A Revocable Trust is one of the best ways to avoid probate.

Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq., a Certified Elder Law Attorney with more than 23 years of experience, as he reveals the pros and cons to the Revocable Living Trust vs. the Last Will and Testament.

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Free webinar on a Medicaid eligibility update and its impacts on your ability to pay for long-term care in your home

Community-based Medicaid is still undergoing drastic changes. If you or a loved one has a need for long term care, there may still be time to protect your assets and get your application in before the law changes and the look back period is implemented.

Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq., a Certified Elder Law Attorney with more than 23 years of experience, as he explains the most recent updates and what impact they have on your eligibility for the program and your ability to pay for long term care in your home!

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Free webinar about how to best protect your home and savings from long term Medicaid costs

According to Irish legend, the leprechaun must give his treasure away to anyone who captures him. As we get older we don’t really have to worry about our little green friends but we do need to be careful about letting our own pot o’ gold be taken by unexpected long term care costs! There are significant financial risks when it comes to long term care and we each need to prepare for that day so we don’t spend our entire life savings unnecessarily. Most will want to rely on the Medicaid program to pay for these costs but there are very strict eligibility rules for your assets and the asset protection needs to be completed before the 5 year Look Back and the new Home Care Look Back starts. If there ever was a time to consider how to protect your own pot o’ gold, now is the time.

Join Brian Tully, Esq. a Certified Elder Law Attorney with over 23 years of experience as he shares how to best protect your home and savings from exorbitant Medicaid and long term care costs.

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Watch a webinar on changing inheritance for a family member

A typical estate plan will provide for a spouse and then the children equally but sometimes this must be changed due to the circumstances of the potential beneficiary, such as a rocky marriage or even enrollment in Medicaid.

Brian Andrew Tully Esq. is a certified elder law attorney with more than two decades of experience. He can help you navigate the issues regarding when and how it is necessary to modify or even eliminate the inheritance for a loved one.

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Watch a webinar on power of attorney vs guardianship

As we get older, one of the most important documents we should have prepared is the Durable Modified Power of Attorney. By appointing a trusted individual to help with your legal and financial matters, you can protect the most assets possible and avoid any unexpected future guardianship ordeals.

Brian Andrew Tully Esq., is a certified elder law attorney with more than two decades of experience. He can help you navigate the Power of Attorney process and ensure your family and your assets are properly protected.

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Learn about Medicaid changes in our free webinar

As we age, most of us want to stay in our homes as long as possible. The community-based home care Medicaid program is how most accomplish this goal. Unfortunately, there are major changes occurring to this very valuable program on April 1st, 2021 that will impact eligibility and create long waiting periods. This means there are only 3 months left to undertake asset protection and apply for home care Medicaid before these changes take place.

Learn more about what can be done to apply for the help that you need before the changes occur!

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Watch our webinar to learn about protecting assets while paying for long-term health care

Getting help for our aging loved ones isn’t just about protecting their assets or our inheritance, it’s about making sure that they receive the best care possible. In their time of need, it is important that we can balance these two important elements to ensure that not only their assets are safe, but you both have peace of mind regarding their quality of life.

Brian Andrew Tully Esq., is a certified elder law attorney with more than two decades of experience. He can help you navigate the process of planning for care and advise you on how to protect your family without having to compromise their care.

 

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Learn about the 7 steps you need to take when planning long-term care by watching our free webinar

Our parents did the best they could to protect and provide for us. Now it’s our turn to do the same for them. Chances are our loved ones will need care as they age and it’s crucial to be prepared and have a solid plan in place to help protect and provide for them.

Brian Andrew Tully Esq., is a certified elder law attorney with more than two decades of experience. He can help you create a plan in advance and advise you on the seven steps you need to take when planning for long term care.

 

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Listen in as certified elder law attorney, Brian Tully, explains the 12 issues you need to consider when planning your estate

You have your holiday planning down, now it’s time to start planning your future! No matter your age, it is important to begin the process of planning your estate and protecting your assets

Brian Andrew Tully, Esq., is a certified elder law attorney with more than two decades of experience. He can help you create a plan in advance and advise you on the 12 issues you need to consider right now.

 

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Watch our free webinar to learn about the 10 signs of aging in your elderly parents

As our loved ones grow older, it is important to know the warning signs that reveal when your elderly parents may need some extra help at home. Holiday visits provide us with a good time to take an assessment of the home and any issues related to their mental or physical health.

Brian Andrew Tully, Esq., is a certified elder law attorney with more than two decades of experience. He can help you to recognize the signs of aging, and advise you on steps you can take to protect them and their assets.

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Free webinar on asset protection and new Medicaid rules

A new set of Medicaid rules are set to go into effect in 2021 that could substantially affect how many New Yorkers are able to access Home Care Medicaid benefits. Applying for Medicaid is complex, but you should not have to lose your valuable assets in the process.

Brian Andrew Tully is a certified elder law attorney who has been helping people plan their estates for more than two decades. With his experience in the fields of elder law and estate planning, he can help you understand how these changes might affect you and how you can secure your future.

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Watch our free webinar to learn about New York's changes to its Community Home Care Medicaid program

Earlier this year, New York passed changes to its Community Home Care Medicaid program that affects who may qualify for long-term home care benefits. This change instituted a “look-back” period and penalties that may make it harder for some people to qualify for this valuable home care Medicaid benefit. While these changes were originally set to go into effect on October 1, their implementation was delayed until January 1, 2021.

The good news is that this delay means you have more time to protect your assets and file your Community Medicaid application but you need to get started right away. The sooner you begin the Medicaid process, the less likely it is you will face penalties.

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Watch to learn how changes to New York's Community Home Care Medicaid program can impact your ability to pay for long-term care

For months, New Yorkers have been preparing for drastic changes to the Community Home Care Medicaid program. However, these changes have since undergone further updates which impact your eligibility for this program. We now have two separate implementation dates for the new law: October 1 and January 1 but don’t let your guard down with the new January date as you still have to protect your assets before October 1st to avoid the new 30 month look back period!

Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq., a Certified Elder Law Attorney with more than 22 years of experience, for a webinar about how these and other changes to the new law could affect you and your ability to pay for long term care.

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Free webinar on the benefits and challenges of New York's Medicaid program

Medicaid is a necessary program that provides much needed long term care services for our loved ones but it’s not without difficulty and complication. The Community based program can provide an aide to help keep your parent or spouse safe in their home for years to come and the Chronic Care program can pay the expensive nursing facility should their needs rise to that critical level.

However, Medicaid is not an easy program to apply for and the current eligibility rules and application process can make the family regret they ever asked for help. To make it even more difficult, New York State has announced sweeping changes to the Community Medicaid Program that will impact the care and financial well-being of aging New Yorkers for years to come.

Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq., a Certified Elder Law Attorney with more than 22 years of experience, as he explains not only the benefits of NY Medicaid but also the expected trials and complications that are headed our way.

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Free webinar to explain which asset protection strategy offers the most flexibility and greatest tax benefits to seniors and their families

Home sweet home! Have you considered the risks that exist to the family home? For most families the home is the largest asset and certain steps must be taken to protect the home from very real challenges. For example, have you protected your home from future exorbitant long term care costs and risks? Have you considered which protection strategy offers the most flexibility and the greatest tax benefits? Are you aware of the risks of leaving the home in your own name and having your family endure the probate process which opens the door to liens, fraud, NYS estate recovery and estate litigation?

Have you taken steps to ensure that you are secure in your home for your lifetime?

Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq., a Certified Elder Law Attorney with over 22 years of experience as he shares how your most precious asset, your home, can and should be protected from life’s risks and challenges.

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Watch our free webinar to learn how to protect your assets in a long term care crisis

An elder care crisis can bring intense difficulty and hardship to the whole family. We often see a crisis strike both the health and financial aspects of our clients and when this occurs, costs and delays will often increase and the planning options usually decrease.

When a crisis does occur, our Elder Care Coordinators will work with the children, support the spouse and advocate for the client while our experienced attorneys will do all that’s possible to protect the financial assets. If done properly, all will not be lost as there are protection strategies that we can implement to secure assets and prevent the family from spending their life savings on long term care.

Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq., a Certified Elder Law Attorney with over 22 years of experience, as he explains the asset protection strategies that exist when a crisis strikes and also learn the important steps that need to be taken beforehand so that the family can be as prepared as possible.

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Gain a better understanding of health care documents and common terms in our free webinar

Caring for a spouse or an elderly parent is difficult enough without all of the confusing legal and medical terms. Each of these acronyms refers to an important document that is meant to help you and your loved one, not overwhelm you.

What’s the difference between a Health Care Proxy and a Living Will? What is a MOLST? Do I want a DNR or a DNI or both? We hear these questions frequently and want to make sure you know the answers before a mistake is made.

Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq., a Certified Elder Law Attorney with over 22 years of experience, as he clarifies and explains these confusing health care documents so that you can use them properly to help your loved ones.

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Learn about probate, and the whats and hows of avoiding it in our free elder law webinar

Your time, money and privacy is precious. When you force your family through the probate process, you’re losing all three. And to add insult to injury you’re opening the door to potential identity theft, fraud, unnecessary stress and a loss of control.

The risks associated with probate can and should be avoided. Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq., a Certified Elder Law Attorney with over 22 years of experience as he shares why and how you should plan to bypass this perilous court proceeding.

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Watch our free webinar to learn why the Durable Modified Power of Attorney can be the most helpful and important document you could have

It is so important to get the right help when the need arises. If the proper planning was done, then an appointed agent will be able to step in and help with all of the confusing financial and legal issues that arise.

Over the years, we have found that the Durable Modified Power of Attorney that is both properly drafted and executed is truly the most helpful and important document – a real friend in a time of need. This necessary tool allows the person you choose to help pay your monthly bills, protect your home and income and even apply for Medicaid benefits to pay for your care.

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Free webinar to learn the pros and cons of 3 ways to pay for long-term care

As we age, health care issues may arise that are either “medical” or “chronic” in nature. While our medical concerns, i.e. doctors and hospitals, are covered by our health insurance or Medicare benefits our chronic and long term care needs are not. So what are families to do when Mom needs help with these long term care needs like walking, dressing and bathing? This type of care is very costly and can decimate a family’s life savings if not properly addressed and planned for.

Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq., a Certified Elder Law Attorney with over 22 years of experience, as he shares the advantages and disadvantages of the three different ways to pay for long term care and helps you determine which is best for you and your family.

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Understand how an irrevocable asset protection trust works in our free webinar

There are certain risks as we age and Asset Protection has become a necessity. If you or a loved one should need long term care, Medicaid is the program that can pay for a personal care aid within your home or even a nursing home if necessary. However, there are strict financial eligibility requirements and costly waiting periods if you delay implementing your asset protection plan. The Irrevocable Trust is the best tool we have to protect your home and assets.

Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq., a Certified Elder Law Attorney with 22 years of experience as he simply breaks down the elements and benefits of this trust so that you can easily understand how they work, what assets they can shelter and finally determine if this planning is right for you.

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Watch our free webinar to learn how changes to Medicaid laws could cause drastic changes for you

As New Yorkers, we have been able to rely on the Community Home Care program to provide care for our loved ones within our own homes or assisted living facilities for years. We have been able to gain eligibility for this necessary program without a look-back period and without transfer penalties and that’s coming to an end. Beginning this fall, Medicaid applicants will have to meet heightened legal, financial and care standards in order to enroll in the long term home care program.

Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq. a Certified Elder Law Attorney with over 22 years of experience as he shares the various ways this new law may impact your asset protection and future access to long term home care.

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Learn about estate planning in times of crisis in our free webinar

This pandemic has us all on edge. We’ve been forced to face our own mortality and what our futures may hold.

With all of these anxieties and unknowns weighing on our minds, one action you can take to ease those thoughts is to establish a comprehensive estate plan. Choosing someone to help with health care decision making and someone you trust to handle your financial and legal affairs are just the beginning of planning and protection in this new world. In addition, protecting your assets and your family from the long term care and public court systems has taken on a new level of importance as families struggle to access care, visit with their loved ones and endure the guardianship and probate processes. Those without the right written plan in place are faced with even more challenges during these very difficult times.

Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq. an estate planning and elder care attorney with over 22 years of experience, as he explains the need for up-to-date and comprehensive estate planning and asset protection for individuals and families both during Covid-19 and afterwards. He will share which documents and planning strategies are essential for maximizing control, flexibility and peace of mind as well as how we are able to remotely implement your plan without you having to travel to the office.

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