Whether it’s Estate Planning or Power of Attorney, Hayes Law Firm Has a Webinar for You

Published on Jan 14, 2021

William Hayes, Esq. Estate Planning Attorney

Hayes Law Firm in South Pasadena is offering two different types of free online webinars on Saturday, Jan. 16, including estate planning training or trustee and power of attorney training.

Both webinars will feature a live Q&A for participants to ask their specific questions to the experts.

In this special estate planning workshop, Hayes Law Firm will show you how to protect your family and assets with Living Trusts, Medi-Cal Trusts, and Powers of Attorney, so that your loved ones will be well protected when the time comes.

You will learn why internet, do-it-yourself and bargain-priced plans almost always end up in court, why it is extremely important that your home be put into a living trust, why putting your child’s name on your deeds or financial accounts could result in foreclosure, bankruptcy, creditor’s liens, and the inability of your family to properly inherit, how to obtain Long Term Care and avoid $9,337 in average monthly costs, and how to avoid losing your home and other assets due to Medi-Cal liens.

You’ll also learn how to avoid court supervision of your life in the event that you become disabled, and how to protect your children’s inheritance.

Hayes staff will also show the process in the creation of a legal plan for the protection of you, your family and your assets; development of a plan to handle unforeseen problems in the event of your disability; strategies to handle long-term care health problems; and methods to qualify for Medi-Cal without losing your assets.

Finally, they’ll show you how to protect the family assets if a surviving spouse remarries, why most plans are inadequate, and what is Elder Law and why it’s important to you.

To register for the free webinar, visit www.hayeslawfirm.easywebinar.live/event-registration.

To learn more about Hayes Law Firm and their other webinars and services, visit www.losangelestrustlaw.com.

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