Hazen Law Group Discussing Long Term Care Financing at National Insurance, Financial Advisors Meeting
Nov 13, 2019
Harrisburg, PA (Law Firm Newswire) November 13, 2019 – Hazen Law Group is proud to be presenting on the topic of elder law and long-term care financing at the National Insurance and Financial Advisors Meeting on November 13, 2019.
Attorney Linda J. Olsen, Esq. of Hazen Law Group in Harrisburg will present “Long Term Care Financing.” The meeting will be held at the Giant Foods Community Center in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania on November 13, 2019 from 1:15 to 2:00 p.m.
“It is the ultimate peace of mind to know that our loved ones are taken care of,” says Olsen. “With careful and thorough estate planning, we can be sure to do just that for multiple generations of families, those of our clients and our own.”
Olsen specializes in estate planning and administration and veteran’s disability claims. She is a longtime lecturer on estate planning and has authored numerous publications on the topic as well.
Hazen Law Group, located in Harrisburg, was founded by Marielle F. Hazen, a Certified Elder Law Attorney and founding member of the Pennsylvania Association of Elder Law Attorneys. The woman-led firm is dedicated to protecting families through comprehensive planning and disability and estate law services.
National Insurance and Financial Advisors is sponsoring the seminar. Contact Michael Baker at 717-350-5888 for more information on the seminar.
To speak with an attorney about estate planning or elder law needs and concerns, contact the Hazen Law Group today at (717) 540-4332, or visit them online at www.hazenlawgroup.com. See Attorney Linda J. Olsen’s full biography.
Hazen Law Group
2000 Linglestown Road
Harrisburg, PA 17110
Phone: (717) 540-4332
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