Limited Capacity: 269 spots available
Get more information about these important topics from an experienced Elder Law attorney. This session will help you understand essential estate planning tools, asset-protection and long-term care planning; Powers of Attorney and how to determine if yours is “hot” enough; Wills versus Trusts and determining which one makes the most sense for you; how estate plans from out of state impact you in North Carolina; the best steps to take now to protect your assets for long term care; and how to find and pay for quality long term care.
Speaker: Kara Gansmann, Attorney at Law
Kara Gansmann is an Attorney and Partner in the Wilmington office of Cranfill Sumner LLP. She devotes her entire practice to Elder Law and serves as the firm’s Chair of the Elder Law Practice Group. She works with families and seniors in Southeastern North Carolina, providing pragmatic solutions to their legal needs through both advocacy in the courtroom and counseling for long-term care planning. Kara also serves on the North Carolina Bar Association Elder Law & Special Needs section council. Kara earned three degrees from University of North Carolina Wilmington and the University of North Dakota, where she served as Editor in Chief of the North Dakota Law Review and graduated with highest honors among the top of her class. For more information about Kara, visit the Cranfill Sumner website.The program will run from 3:00pm to 4:30pm with a question and answer session included. Please plan to arrive for the program a few minutes early such that the program can begin on time.