DEARBORN, Michigan – By 2030, nearly 20 percent of the U.S. population is expected be 65 and older. That’s 72 million seniors, compared to 40 million at the 2010 census. While the graying of America is well underway, many of these current and budding seniors are planning for their retirement years like no generation before. They need answers to make informed decisions about community living, financial security, estate planning and elder law.
Using visually compelling graphics and expository videos, combined with an approachable style, Terence O’Malley of Expert Senior Planning in Kansas City will discuss these issues and take questions from seniors and their families at 11 a.m. on both Tuesday, September 23, and Wednesday, September 24, at Henry Ford Village, located at 15101 Ford Road in Dearborn. “My goal is to provide solid information that will help seniors advance in their decision making process,” said O’Malley. “Each person and long-term planning situation is unique, but I work to provide clarity about how to take advantage of the many options that exist for the modern senior’s long-term care needs.”
O’Malley is an experienced attorney, former supervising principal of National Pension and Group Consultants and a Certified Aging Services Professional (CASP) who specializes in advising clients and speaking to groups on a wide range of senior long-term planning, estate planning, elder law and financial issues. He is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and The American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys, and is accredited counsel by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
O’Malley’s law practice specializes in family wealth and asset preservation through effective estate, retirement and incapacity planning, elder law and Medicaid services, trust and probate administration/litigation, small and family business succession planning and charitable gifting strategies. He is licensed to practice law in Kansas and Missouri.
More information about Mr. O’Malley is available by visiting ExpertSeniorPlanning.com.