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Virtual Senior Law Series: Wills & Trusts

May 21 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Free

Every Friday May & June from 10-11am there will be a Virtual Senior Law Series.

Honoring Senior Law Day’s motto of “Living Informed and Putting the Pieces Together: Life, Wealth, Wellness and Success”, this series will bring together accomplished and respected professionals to present informative virtual seminars for seniors, adult children, friends and caregivers of seniors on legal and related topics.
Topics will include:
What You Need to Know When Someone Dies
POA’s & Advance Directives
Wills & Trusts (This week’s Topic)
Long Term Medicaid
Medicare 201
Titling Assets & Beneficiary
Long-Term Care Medicaid: Assisted Living or Skilled Nursing Home
End of Life Planning
Wills & Trusts is presented by Lloyd Quesenberry of Rider & Quesenberry, LLC Attorneys at Law.
Lloyd Quesenberry graduated from the University of Iowa in 1992, receiving a degree in Political Science, with Distinction. He was also a member of Phi Beta Kappa. After graduation, Lloyd served in the United States Peace Corp in Namibia. Upon returning to the United States, he attended the University of Iowa College of Law, receiving his law degree, with Distinction, in 1997. While attending law school, Lloyd served as Associate Editor of the Law Review and as a research assistant.
After receiving his law degree, Lloyd served a one year judicial clerkship with a federal judge in Dallas, Texas. He then moved to Houston to work in the Houston office of Weil, Gotshal & Manges, LLP, a large international firm based in New York. At WGM, Lloyd gained experience in a wide variety of complex business matters, including business reorganization, financing, mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings, oil and gas, and general business matters.
In November of 2003, Lloyd moved to Grand Junction where he joined the law firm of Younge & Hockensmith, P.C. In 2008, he joined Kirk Rider in the formation of Rider & Quesenberry.  Lloyd has a general business practice, including business transactions, real estate, oil and gas work, and wills and estates. He also serves as a mediator.  Lloyd is is a regular speaker on business and estate planning issues and is currently teaching a Business Law course at Colorado Mesa University.
Registration for each of the topics is required.