Rudman Winchell and Maine Elder Law present a FREE Estate Planning and Elder Law Seminar

By Rudman Winchell Attorney

Please join us for a comprehensive and complimentary Estate Planning Event, presented by the Maine Elder Law Firm and Rudman Winchell.

Thursday, September 29
Cross Insurance Center, Bangor
7:30-8:00:        Breakfast
8:00-12:00:      Two track sessions for basic and advanced planning

Estate planning and long-term care issues affect us in both our personal and professional lives.

In-depth fifty-minute sessions will run on two concurrent tracks:

Track One covers the basics of estate and long-term care planning.

Track Two addresses more advanced issues. Sessions are crafted for both individuals and professionals, offering insight to navigating the ever-changing worlds of estate and long-term care planning.

Track One:

  • Basics of Estate Planning: Wills versus Trusts
  • Advance Health Care Directives and Financial Powers of Attorney
  • Basics of Long-Term Care Planning
  • Special Needs Trusts

Track Two:

  • Medicaid Asset Protection Trusts
  • Gun Trusts
  • Modification of Irrevocable Trusts
  • Probate & Whether to Avoid It

RSVP to secure your spot today

The event is complimentary, but we urge you to email Jeff Solari at to reserve a space.

Please reserve no later than September 15. Thank You.

Presenting Attorneys:

  • Jane Skelton
  • Jennifer Eastman
  • Joy Trueworthy
  • Jonathan Hunter
  • Rachel Trafton


These materials have been prepared by Rudman Winchell for educational purposes only. They should not be considered legal advice. The transmission of this information to you is not intended to create a lawyer-client relationship. Readers should not act upon this information without seeking professional counsel. You should not send any confidential or private information to Rudman Winchell until a formal attorney-client relationship has been established, in writing.