The San Diego Law Library is proud to present a series of FREE classes on Elder Law issues, providing information on a variety of topics that affect senior citizens. Taking place on the first three Tuesdays in October, these classes are free and open to the public. The classes run from noon to 1 pm at our Downtown branch. This series of classes is for community education and will NOT qualify for attorney MCLE credit.
Tuesday, October 4, 12 – 1pm: Scams and Frauds Seniors Should Know About
- Information to help seniors recognize scams and protect against potential fraud
- Presented by Deputy District Attorney for Elder Abuse, Paul Greenwood
Tuesday, October 11, 12 – 1pm: Estate Planning and Legal Issues Affecting Seniors
- An overview of diminishing capacity, what seniors face later in life, and what lawyers can do to help
- Presented by Jaime Levine from Elder Law & Advocacy
Tuesday, October 18, 12 – 1pm: An Overview of Legal Options at the End of Life
- Information about the law in California, including the End of Life Option Act (EOLOA)
- Presented by psychologist Faye Girsh and attorney William Simmons
You can sign up for one or all three of the classes.