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OctOber Webinar Week! Monday, October 19, 2020 2pm - Wills vs. Trusts Learn about Revocable & Irrevocable Trusts, Advance Directives, types of Wills and how to use them to benefit yourself and loved ones. Learn about protecting your home & Assets and avoiding court & spend downs. Tuesday, October 20, 2020 2pm - Medicaid/Estate Planning Myths Estate Planning Webinar Week PROTECT YOUR HARD-EARNED ASSETS • Wills, Trusts & Advanced Directives • Protecting Your Home & Assets • Caring For Aging Loved Ones • Avoiding Court & Spend-Downs • Getting Medicaid Coverage At Home • Minimizing Estate Taxes CLIFTON PARK 855 Rte 146. Suite 220 ALBANY 7 Southwoods Blvd. Think you only need a Will, or have to spend everything before Medicaid pays for your care? Do you believe the “state” will take all of your assets? Learn the ins and outs of how to qualify and what Medicaid will cover... you will be surprised! Wednesday, October 21, 2020 2pm – Aging in Place Most people given the choice want to remain in their homes for the duration of their life. We will discuss actions to consider and resources available to help you remain independent in your home. We will also discuss funding options in detail and how to access and navigate available services. Thursday, October 22, 2020 2pm - Medicare vs. Medicaid Open enrollment is here! Learn the differences between Medicare and Medicaid, what each pays for, how to maximize each benefit and how to qualify. Friday, October 23, 2020 2pm - What to Do When a Loved One Dies Confused about who is in charge? Who to notify? What are the immediate actions to take? Who makes the arrangement and who gets what? Let us make this heartbreaking event easier to manage. REGISTRATION REQUIRED Visit our Seminar page: www.herzoglaw.com SARATOGA 47 West Harrison St. KINGSTON 1151 Flatbush Rd. www.herzoglaw.com | 518.465.7581 | Attorney Advertising

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