July 16th – Attorney Mark Tarrant on Elder Law & Ice Cream Social!

5 Legal Documents that Everyone Should Have

It has always been Mr. Tarrant’s philosophy that the time to plan for an emergency is not when you are in one. Whether it’s through the use of various authority documents like financial and medical powers of attorney or pre-planning for the heavy expense of long term long term care emergencies, chance always favors a prepared mind. In this session, Mr. Tarrant will address legal issues impacting the elderly, and discuss the five essential documents that all individuals should have in place.Mark Tarrant

Mark Tarrant has been licensed to practice law in the State of Texas since 1986. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from Michigan State University in 1978 majoring in Psychology, a Doctorate degree in Jurisprudence from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 1984 and a Master of Divinity Degree from Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary in 2005.

Mr. Tarrant has worked as a mental health therapist in the late 70’s, in house counsel for national corporations in the 80’s and 90’s, Sole Practitioner in the early 2000’s and became bi-vocational in 2006 when he was ordained as a Presbyterian minister through the Presbyterian Church, U.S.A., where he went on to work as a youth pastor in Round Rock, Texas. Additionally, Mr. Tarrant worked as a hospital Chaplain in the Seton health care system for a year, all of which gives him broad insight into the emotionality we all experience in times of personal turmoil.

His law practice focuses on Elder Law issues, Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts and Probates, VA certified Aid and Attendant assessments, Medicaid assessments and Real Estate.
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And just because it’s hot in July, we’ll follow-up Mr. Tarrant’s presentation with our Annual Ice Cream Social. What could be better! They’ll be plenty of creamy goodness waiting for everyone. Don’t miss this meeting.

CAPS Membership Meetings are free and open to all those in the Central Texas area with an interest in Parkinson’s Disease. Plenty of free parking is available, too.

 

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