Legal Voices workshops show seniors how to navigate tricky financial terrain

January 23, 2018
Spokane, WA  – Financial planning can be tricky and overwhelming. An abundance of information exists for consideration. Yet planning ahead allows you to outline your wishes, care for your family, and make the best decisions for your future.

In a free workshop series at two Spokane County Library District locations, attorneys from Elder Law Group PLLC share information about different social, financial, and legal issues that affect seniors and their families. During these workshop, participants receive the tools to help make key decisions in advance, including valuable information for individuals, families, and caregivers to plan for life and end-of-life, giving them more control and peace of mind.
Workshop 1: Money & Authority
ARGONNE: Monday, Feb 5, 4–5pm
MORAN PRAIRIE: Tuesday, Feb 6, 4–5pm

Workshop 2: Home & Long-term Care
ARGONNE: Monday, Feb 12, 4–5pm
MORAN PRAIRIE: Tuesday, Feb 13, 4–5pm

Workshop 3: Downsizing, Moving, & Asset Protection
ARGONNE: Monday, Feb 26, 4–5pm
MORAN PRAIRIE: Tuesday, Feb 27, 4–5pm

Workshop 4: Probate & Funeral Planning
ARGONNE: Monday, Mar 5, 4–5pm
MORAN PRAIRIE: Tuesday, Mar 6, 4–5pm

Workshop 5: Estate Planning & Legal Resources
ARGONNE: Monday, Mar 12, 4–5pm
MORAN PRAIRIE: Tuesday, Mar 13, 4–5pm

Workshop 6: Medicaid & Long-term Care
ARGONNE: Monday, Mar 19, 4–5pm
MORAN PRAIRIE: Tuesday, Mar 20, 4–5pm

Learn more about this workshop series at All classes are free and open to the public. No registration is required.
Spokane County Library District provides resources and opportunities for a community to learn, work, create, and thrive together. The District operates 11 libraries throughout Spokane County that include Airway Heights, Argonne, Cheney, Deer Park, Fairfield, Medical Lake, Moran Prairie, North Spokane, Otis Orchards, Spokane Valley, and The BookEnd. Through a reciprocal agreement with Spokane Public Library and Liberty Lake Municipal Library, library services are provided at no charge to residents of each these service areas.
For more information on our libraries or programs, please visit or call 509.893.8200.
Jane Baker, Communication & Development Officer
(509) 893-8205