Senior Law Day Program May 2017

Yorktown Senior Law Day is set for Thursday, May 18.  The program developed by Westchester's Department of Senior Programs and Services, in conjunction with legal and financial advisors from the private sector, is a free event that covers all aspects of elderlaw, financial planning and geriatric care management.

Attorneys, certified financial planners and geriatric care managers will offer nine free workshops on elder law topics, plus free one-on-one consultations as part of the day's activities.

The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Jefferson Village Community Center, 3480 Hill Blvd., Yorktown. Registration is encouraged but walk-ins are welcome.

However, to sign up as well as indicate your preference of the 15-minute, one-on-one consultations. call (914) 813-6300. Doing so, assists DSPS in scheduling preparing for the day.

The Department of Senior Programs and Services presents Yorktown Senior Law Day with the Westchester Public/Private Partnership for Aging Services and the Ninth Judicial District of New York State Office of Court Administration. Steve Schurkman, Esq., a Partner with Keane & Beane in White Plains, is Chair of Yorktown Senior Law Day.

An estimated 6,000 seniors, family members and caregivers have benefited from Senior Law Day since it began in 1999.

Interested in holding a Senior Law Day in your community?
Any municipality that would like to have a free Senior Law Day Program in its community should contact Sarah Steckler by phone at (914) 946-4777 or by e-mail at .

We recommend visiting the Senior Law Day Resource Site for more detailed information about workshop sessions and topics, and consultations.

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