Bankruptcy and The Elderly

Two free webinars slated for the elderly and their representatives by the NCLC – National Consumer Law Center – Consumer Alert for Elder Advocates – Their website is http://www.nclc.org

You can subscribe to the NCLC Elder Advocates E-Newsletter for free.

The first webinar is titled:  Bankruptcy Protections for Older Consumers – August 8, 2017

According to the NCLC:  “An increasing number of older consumers are struggling with unmanageable debt. Debt collectors are using aggressive tactics to pursue older adults with limited resources…”

The free webinar on August 8 outlines the issues facing older consumers and offers strategies to address the challenges. The webinar “ will highlight the various protections available and alternatives to filing for bankruptcy.”

You can register for the free webinar on the NCLC website.

The second webinar titled: Nursing Home Debt Collection is currently scheduled on  September 12.  Further details will be on the NCLC website.

About the webinar: “Nursing home residents and their families struggle to deal with debt arising from nursing home stays. This webinar will focus on efforts to collect this debt, review potential basis for liability, strategies to avoid the creation of unnecessary debt, and tactics to defend lawsuits. “

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Attorney in Denver, Colorado with extensive practice experience in the areas of Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, Business Succession Planning, Probate, Contract Law.

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