Presbyterian Manor to host virtual elder law event
Forget everything you’ve been told about estate planning and elder law. Most of it is probably wrong anyway. Topeka Presbyterian Manor will bust those myths in a free virtual event featuring local elder law attorney Scott Sexton on September 28.
Learn the most common things people get wrong about elder law and estate planning, a poorly understood area of the law. Sexton will explain why these misunderstandings are dangerous and costly, and share simple, affordable actions people can take now to avoid these pitfalls.
Sexton is a member of the Kansas Bar Association. He began his career as assistant general counsel for the state of Kansas’ Public Employees Retirement System (KPERS), where he was first exposed to the areas of long-term care planning and elder law. He joined Scott, Quinlan, Willard, Barnes & Keeshan LLC, in Topeka in 2004, where he continued working with families in estate planning. In 2009, he founded The Law Office of Scott W. Sexton PA, a niche firm focused on providing comprehensive long-term care planning work to families throughout Kansas and veterans benefits planning in all 50 states.
The virtual “Elder Law Myth-Busting” presentation hosted by Topeka Presbyterian Manor will begin at 2 p.m. September 28. The talk is part of Topeka Presbyterian Manor’s Just Ask series, a free, ongoing lifelong learning program featuring information from local, regional and national experts on topics of interest to older adults and their families.
To RSVP, use our website or call Rose Dahlgren at 785-272-6510. You will receive a unique link to the event so you can connect with the presentation from any laptop, tablet or smartphone.