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
How to Prepare for the Unexpected
When a loved one passes unexpectedly, those left to administer their finances and estate are often overwhelmed by the details. These details during lifetime may have seemed like the minor parts of day to day life. But, we will explore how these “minor” parts can add up to large missing pieces that make it difficult for your loved ones to put the puzzle together, and how you can prepare to alleviate stress on your loved ones.
Part 1: The “Everyday” Items that People Often Forget
With Attorney Tammy A. Weber
Join us as we discuss:
- The important information that is too often overlooked – from passwords to job benefits – there is likely more than you realize
- Why certain information is so crucial
- Options and suggestions for where to keep and how to share key information
Part 2: Legal Aspects of Preparing for the Unexpected
With Attorney Matthew Parker
Join us as we discuss the significance of:
- The Estate and Trust Administration process
Part 3: Funeral and Burial Considerations
With Attorney Elizabeth White
Wednesday, October 12, 2016 1-1:30 pm
Join us as we discuss:
- Ways to ensure that your wishes are carried out
- Options for pre-planning
- Who has a say on your final resting place?
Understanding Your Choices & Options for Long-Term Care and Care Management
Tuesday, October 18th at 4pm
Attorney Elizabeth A. White will be speaking about:
What do you do when your loved one needs care? Join Attorney Elizabeth White in a discussion on long-term care and care management services. You will learn about:
- The continuum of care as a loved one’s needs progress
- Options for paying for care in different settings
- Advocating for your loved one using a care manager
- Getting families on the same page for a loved one’s care with the help of a care manager
At Valley View Nursing Center
2140 Warrensville Road
Montoursville, PA 17754
Dealing With Dementia: Early Planning and Music Therapy
Wednesday, October 26, 2016 1-1:30 pm
The diagnosis of dementia is a shock. If caught early enough, there is legal planning to be done that will give you or your loved one more options in the future. In this webinar, Attorney Tammy A. Weber will be joined by Cheryl Mozdian, MM, MT-BC of Summit Music Therapy.
Join as we discuss:
- Essential estate planning documents
- What is music therapy?
- How does music therapy help people living with dementia?
- How is music therapy different from listening to music?
- How do music therapy sessions work?
- How to find a music therapist.