Keston Law often participates in presentations and panels that discuss and address issues affecting our aging community.
No new presentations scheduled at this time. Check back soon!
Do This for Someone You Love
The Endowment Board and Vestry of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in downtown Wilmington hosted “Do This for Someone You Love!”, a dinner and panel discussion emphasizing the importance of giving and estate planning. The panel was comprised of financial and legal advisers, Dan L. Taylor of Wells Fargo and Joan A. Keston of Keston Law. This distinguished panel provided insight on financial planning, reasons for sound estate planning, elder issues, long-term care, charitable giving on a “fixed” income, as well as bequests, gift annuities, trusts and asset protection. The panel presentation was followed by a Q&A.
Wednesday, February 19th, 5:30 pm
ST. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Lunch & Learn at the YMCA
Come and hear the answers to many of your questions about long term care, elder law, estate planning and asset protection.
Wednesday, January 22, 12 Noon
2710 Market Street, Wilmington
FREE, RSVP to Dalia 910-251-9622
“Ten Myths of Legal and Financial planning for Aging in Place”
Informational presentation by Joan Keston, an Elder Law attorney with J.A. Keston Law, PLLC and Megan F. Kopka a retirement planning counselor with Pathfinder Wealth Consulting.
Sponsored by Aging in Place Downtown
Tuesday, January 21, 5:30 – 7 PM
The Masonboro Room, third floor, New Hanover County Public Library, 201 Chestnut St.
FREE, RSVP at 910-805-4663