Do you have parents, clients or neighbors and friends who are elderly? You (and they) may not recognize that many unique estate planning issues develop with age. Estates are not as simple as they used to be. Most of us are living longer than previous generations did. Long-term, debilitating diseases are much more common than they used to be. The cost of being unaware of estate planning issues can be a legacy you don’t want to leave (or be stuck with).
Attorney RobRoy Platt, the owner of Platt Law, P.C., an Estate Planning and Elder Law practice in Alpine, will discuss essentials of elder estate planning at Thursday’s meeting. His practice focuses exclusively on helping families navigate the complex legal world of estate, business succession, and elder law planning.
The luncheon will be held at the Utah Valley Homebuilder’s Association (1443 West 800 North #103 in Orem). We’ll start at 11:30 and end at 1:00. Cost for the luncheon is $18 for those that register before Tuesday, Feb. 17 at 5 p.m. and $25 afterwards. (We’ve given you an extra day for early registration since Monday was a holiday for many). To join us, register here.