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Estate Planning

with Kathryn Bedell, Esq.

Apr
12

Next session: April 12th, 2023

$29 More Info

Overview of the basic estate planning, including Wills, Powers of Attorney, and Health Care Directives.

Instructor: Kathryn Bedell, Esq. Kathryn is a lawyer in York, Maine and has been practicing for 31 years. Her practice focuses on estate planning, asset preservation, and probate matters.

Students need to be 18 or older. 

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The A, B, C, and Ds of Medicare

with Barbara Hopkins

Apr
12

Next session: April 12th, 2023

$19 More Info

Does the A, B, C and D “Alphabet Soup” of Medicare feel overwhelming? Medicare, begun in 1965, is the US health plan available to qualified people aged 65 and older, as well as some disabled people below age 65. This overview reviews the way Medicare covers inpatient, outpatient and prescription drug costs, explains enrollment periods and reviews the types of products designed to partner with Medicare, including supplement plans, Medicare Advantage plans and prescription drug plans. This seminar will be informative for current beneficiaries, people beginning Medicare, and the adult, children, or loved ones of Medicare beneficiaries.

Students need to be 18 or older.

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Trusts – Are They Right for You?

with Kathryn Bedell, Esq.

May
24

Next session: May 24th, 2023

$29 More Info

Learn how revocable trusts can help avoid probate and protect your privacy, and how irrevocable trusts can protect your assets from nursing home or Maine Care (Medicaid) liens. Discussion will include other strategies to safeguard assets from life events such as business failure or divorce of adult children. Kathryn Bedell, Esq. is a lawyer in York, Maine and has been practicing for 31 years. Her practice focuses on estate planning, asset preservation, and probate matters. – It is recommended that students take the basic estate planning class first.

Students need to be 18 or older.