We are looking forward to a great Fall Seminar. Below is a quick recap of the speakers and the topics they will be presenting on.
Randy Rosā - Elder Abuse and Medical
Mr. Rosā has presented Elder Law programs on behalf of dozens of organizations, among them: Wells Fargo Bank, Bank of America, American Savings Bank, Prudential Securities, IDS, American Express Co., Edward Jones Co., Dean Witter Reynolds & Co., Merrill Lynch & Co., Del Oro Resource Center, Mountain Valley Caregivers Regional Resource Center, The Alzheimer's Aid Society of Northern California, The Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Association, The Parkinson's Disease Association of Sacramento Valley, The National Parkinson Foundation, Inc., The Sacramento Bee, The International Association For Financial Planning, Doctor's Medical Center Foundation, The University of California Davis, Alzheimer's Disease Center, Legal Services of Northern California, Inc., Senior's In Retirement (SIRS), Tuolumne County Adult Day Care, USAA Insurance Company, Stanislaus County Estate Planning Council, The Sacramento County Superior Court.
Mike Gianelli - CLAT's
Michael Gianelli is managing attorney at Gianelli Nielsen whose practice areas include estate planning, trusts, complex litigation, business and commercial law and mediation. Mike has been a Certified Specialist in Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law with the California Board of Legal Specialization for over 25 years and has workshop training in mediation and served as a neutral on several successful mediations.
Steve Harnett - SECURE Act
Steve Hartnett brings a broad range of educational and professional experiences to the Academy. Mr. Hartnett has practiced estate planning in a large law firm, managed a closely-held business, and taught law in both academic and professional settings. He applies this breadth and depth of understanding in assisting members and providing them timely, relevant support and education. Steve Hartnett - American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys (aaepa.com)
Cost for the Fall Seminar is $150. Please register as soon as possible. Refunds will be issued to those that need to cancel up to 24 hours before the event due to health issues.