It’s National Elder Law Month
There is a lot going on in May. In addition to honoring all the mothers out there, we also celebrate Older Americans Month and National Elder Law Month. As we grow older and wiser (we hope!), it is important to remain engaged. Today’s seniors are more active than ever, spending time working, volunteering, traveling, or mentoring younger people. Many also talk to estate planning and elder law attorneys to plan for their future or regarding issues related to the care of their loved ones. Learn more…
Medicaid Planning Seminar
As part of National Elder Law Month, Ryan McNeill will be presenting a Medicaid Planning seminar at the J. Smith Young YMCA on May 11 beginning at 11am. The event is free but registration is required. Please call Kathy Shepler or the Front Desk at the Y at 336-249-2177.
Many of you have met Karen Greene in your dealings with the firm or out in the community. We’ll bet you didn’t know that June 1 marks Karen’s 30th anniversary with the firm! Karen started as a bookkeeper in 1988 and took over as the business manager in 2010. She is responsible for day to day operations of the firm and manages the administrative staff.
Karen is a life-long resident of Davidson County; she is married to Greg Greene and has two adult children, Sarah and Anna. We congratulate her on this milestone anniversary!
Older Americans Month
May is Older Americans Month, and this year’s theme is “Engage at Every Age.” We encourage everyone to get out and remain physically active, and find ways to stay mentally engaged through socializing, volunteering in the community, or mentoring a younger individual. Let’s celebrate all the older adults who enrich our lives and communities! #OAM18