Free Estate Planning Seminars

Our team of expert attorneys at Herzog Law Firm offer free Medicaid and estate planning seminars to anyone in need of guidance. We speak at community events, trade shows, educational events, and much more. Take a look at our upcoming seminars below!

If you would like to have us speak at your event, or you would like more information, please call (518) 465-7581 or contact us.

Healthy Heart. Healthy Brain. Peace of Mind.

June 4, 2024 from 1:30-4:00 PM

Clifton Park-Halfmoon Library: 475 Moe Rd, Clifton Park NY 12065

Learn how maintaining both heart and brain health while planning for our elder years can prepare you for a brighter future. Speakers include Beth Smith-Bolvin, Executive Director of the Alzheimer’s Association of Northeastern NY; David Kubikian, Partner at Herzog Law Firm; Amanda Travis, Dietician at Capital Cardiology Associates; and Stephanie Lyons, Physiologist at Capital Cardiology Associates.

Registration is required for this this free seminar.

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