Season 4 Episode 34, June 13th, 2015
Elder Law is such an extremely important topic for every generation that I AM going to find one firm that will want to become part of the Boomers Rock team. I may have found the expert in Katie Lynwood of Bernick Radner & Ouellette, P.C. And even though Katie is young, in her early 30’s, her passion for this critical series of topics comes through like a lightning bolt of energy!
Our Boomers Rock Local guest is Bob Fullerton, the Director of the Prevailing Winds Community Band based in Grand Haven. Bob shares the stories that anyone will enjoy about the benefits we all receive from loving music.
Katie Lynwood shares personal stories of her mom and dad, who are doing great by the way, her husband Rex and still manages to cover the details of whats important when wondering about the complexities of Elder Law.
By the way have I said I hate the term ‘Elder Law’?
Bob Fullerton helps me with my quest to learn how to play an instrument, the drums, by his congenial and supportive attitude. If you are like me and have on your bucket list learning a brand new skill like music than listen in.
In this week’s episode we discuss-
- Estate planning
- Power of attorney
- Patient advocates and medical directives
- Medicaid, Medicare and the differences
- Letting music be your hobby
- The first step
- Bucket list
- There is nothing standing in your way
Listen to Tom Matt’s ‘Boomers Rock’ Radio Talk Show season 4 episode 34 below