Grayson County College's Center for Workplace Learning is offering an Elder Law Boot Camp in order to help those over the age of 50 to understand specific end-of-life issues, including living trusts.
According to the Herald Democrat, the camp will be presented from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. during three separate sessions on October 18, 19 and 21. The seminar is designed to educate older people and their families about common legal mistakes, concerns and myths related to aging.
During the October 18 session, the seminar will cover the 10 things that senior citizens and their families need to know about life care planning. On October 19, the question "What is a living trust and why should I care?" will be thoroughly answered.
Finally, the session that takes place on October 21 will clarify some of the myths surrounding Medicaid and Veterans benefits, according to the news provider.
Each of the sessions will meet in the Center for Workplace Learning on the college's main campus, and registration can be completed in person, online or by phone.