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Law Office of Erin McBee
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Learn how you can ensure your kids are taken care of if you are  incapacitated and how to provide for them financially using legal  tools like emergency guardianship proxies, trusts, and other documents. (little leprechauns are welcome to attend)  $5 per adult attendee - proceeds will be donated to The Barn School (a local, non-profit preschool)

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Are you in default on your student loan even if you are making your payments on time?  You may be if your cosigner has passed away or declared bankruptcy.
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Game of Thrones fans - below is a link to King Joffrey's Last Will & Testament (a parody); it's a reminder that your will is personal to you and you can be creative. It also serves as an example of the importance of getting your affairs in order with an estate plan; even for people who believe they are immortal. (Warning: this link contains offensive will provision)

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Join Erin & Anne Marie Rowse of Senior Care Advisors to learn about legal implications affecting our aging population: healthcare proxies, wills, power of attorney, guardianship/conservatorship, long-term care, homecare and housing options, including federal and state programs. $35 - register at the Emerson Health and Wellness website http://www.emersonhealthyliving.org/Login.aspx

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Congratulations to Chelsea Portney on passing the Massachusetts Bar Exam!  We now have two attorneys at the Law Office of Erin McBee!

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Learn about legal implications affecting our aging population: healthcare proxies, wills, power of attorney, guardianship/conservatorship, long-term care, homecare and housing options, including federal and state programs. ($35) At Emerson Health & Wellness Center

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Join our team on Sunday, September 29th in the Walk to End Alzheimer's. If you are unable to join us, consider donating to the Alzheimer's Association by clicking the link below.
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