Will your graduating senior be protected without 3 important legal documents?
As a local attorney, I can’t stress enough how timely (and critical!) this information is for your audience. Many young adults in our area will soon be heading off to college or traveling abroad without the 3 key documents (Advance Health Care Directive, HIPAA Form and Financial Power of Attorney) they need for mom or dad to oversee their care if they become ill or seriously injured and unable to speak for themselves.
Excerpt from Estate Practice and Elder Law Community : (click for entire article)
Wiggen Law Group will be hosting a joint presentation with Always Best Care next Thursday, August 26th at 11:00am at the Durham Center for Senior Life.
Stephanie Gregory from Always Best Care will discuss the different types of long-term care available to seniors, such as in-home care, independent living, assisted living and nursing home care.
Dori Wiggen from Wiggen Law Group will follow this discussion with information about benefits available to seniors to help pay for long-term care, such as medicaid, special assistance and a special benefit offered to veterans or their widows called aid and attendance. Contact the Durham Center for Senior Life today to sign up to attend this FREE presentation.
This weekend, the NCBA Young Lawyers Division Committee on Law and Aging hosted an event called “Project Grace.” Teams of attorneys, paralegals and witnesses met with members of the community from 8AM – 2PM Saturday at Campbell Law School in downtown Raleigh. Everyone was welcome to attend and meet with an attorney to have Health Care Powers of Attorney and Living Wills prepared for FREE.
It was a great event and we had a pretty good turnout despite the rain. Unfortunately, I didn’t get a chance to take any pictures. Make sure to keep an eye out for the next “Project Grace!”