Free Consumer Seminars and Webinars
Education and knowledge has always been the cornerstone of our mission at Marshall, Parker & Weber. For years we have provided FREE educational seminars to seniors, their families and anyone who is interested in learning more about these topics, and we now offer webinars too.
Each presentation is designed with our consumers in mind. We ensure our presentations are chalked-full of relevant information in an easy-to-understand format. We always allow time for questions and answers with one of our experienced elder law attorneys and send you home with useful handouts and resources.
Most seminar presentations are approximately 1 1/2 hours long and include light refreshments or a light meal, while webinars are 30 minutes. Whenever possible, we encourage spouses and families to attend together. You will also have an opportunity to schedule your initial office consultation if you choose.
Registration is free and easy. You can register using our online form or simply call 1-800-401-4552.
If you have any questions, please contact Stacy Zales at 1-800-401-4552 x. 203 or firstname.lastname@example.org
10 Misconceptions About Paying for Long-Term Care & A New Law That Could Impact You
Wednesday, December 13 @ 1:00 pm
Join us for our free webinar with Certified Elder Law Attorney Tammy A. Weber and Case Manager Heather Kohler as they review 10 of the misconceptions we see when individuals seek Medical Assistance payment for long-term care in a nursing home or at home. We can help you avoid common costly mistakes. We will also review the Pennsylvania Caregiver Advise, Record and Enable (CARE) Act (effective April 20, 2017) and what it allows a patient to do and what hospitals must do in response.
Partners vs. Spouses: Pros and Cons
Wednesday, January 17, 2018 1:00 – 1:30 pm
A webinar with Certified Elder Law Attorney Elizabeth White and Case Manager Suzanne Brown, join them as they discuss the possible advantages and disadvantages of marriage vs. partnership, including:
- The importance of estate planning documents for unmarried partners
- Tax implications for unmarried vs. married couples
- Long-term care ramifications for unmarried vs. married couples