Hazen Law Group to Present Elder Law and Estate Planning Workshop Sponsored by PSEA
Nov 21, 2019
Harrisburg, PA (Law Firm Newswire) November 21, 2019 – Hazen Law Group is proud to participate in the eighth annual 2020 Education Forum and Pre-Retirement Workshop, sponsored by the Pennsylvania State Education Association (PSEA).
Attorney Linda J. Olsen, Esq., will present “Elder Law and Estate Planning.” This workshop will address estate planning as it is relevant to Pennsylvania educators.
“Educators are an integral part of our society, without whom we would be lost,” says Olsen. “However, despite the great debt we owe Pennsylvania’s educators, it is no secret that pursuing a career in modern education is difficult and has plenty of challenges. With careful planning, though, retirement and estate planning do not have to be one of them.”
The forum and workshop are scheduled for Thursday, February 20, 2020, at Centerville Middle School in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Time will be announced later.
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.
The PSEA represents over 181,000 educators in Pennsylvania. Contact the PSEA at (800) 944-7732. For more information about the forum, contact Rosemary Walker at email@example.com.
To speak with an attorney about your retirement and estate planning needs, contact the Hazen Law Group today at (717) 540-4332 or visit www.hazenlawgroup.com.
Hazen Law Group
2000 Linglestown Road
Harrisburg, PA 17110
Phone: (717) 540-4332
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