On March 9th, two Main Line-based businesses collaborated to host over forty guests for a luncheon and panel discussion at Overbrook Golf Club titled, “Issues in Aging: Planning for the Future.” Wayne-based Reidenbach & Associates LLC, a law firm that specializes in estate planning and real estate, joined forces with LumaCare, a women-owned business which specializes in in-home care for seniors. Together, they delved into the myriad of options seniors now have in regards to aging and home health care.
The panel discussion featured Scott Reidenbach, founding principal of Reidenbach & Associates, LumaCare founding partners Peri Higgins, Jody Guokas Kuntz and Christine Karas, and Richard Craft, CEO of Berwyn-based Wealth Advisory Group, Inc.
The panelists addressed questions pertaining to “Aging in Place”, the impact of in-law apartments on home values, and how to broach difficult conversations with family members. They also demystified long-term care insurance and whether parents should consider adding children’s names to the deeds of their homes.
LumaCare was borne out of necessity when Ms. Higgins – like many baby boomers – needed help caring for her father and realized how difficult it was to find a trusted, qualified caregiver. Today, LumaCare assists families in finding carefully vetted, well-matched, compassionate caregivers who help with everything from meal prep, doctor’s visits and even family vacations.
Reidenbach & Associates LLC provides high-level estate planning services and works with clients to draft wills and estate planning documents. The firm specializes in real estate as well and is well-versed in buying, selling and modifying homes.
Reidenbach & Associates and LumaCare invite you to attend a luncheon and panel discussion on Thursday, March 9th at the Overbrook Golf Club, “Issues in Aging: Planning for the Future.” Topics we’ll address include details of long-term care insurance, “aging in place,” the importance of clear wills, and estate planning and the protection of assets.
Please be our guest for this interactive discussion. To RSVP or with questions, please email Sarah Domin at Sarah@reidenbachlaw.com.
Scott Reidenbach delivered his 15th annual “Life Skills” presentation to the freshman student-athletes from each of the 24 sports programs at his alma mater, Villanova University. Scott knows first-hand about the honor of being a Villanova student-athlete – he played on the baseball team during his four years as an undergraduate.
Each fall, Villanova coordinates a series of “Life Skills” presentations for freshman student-athletes, intended to encourage positive decision making and a healthy balance of academics and athletics. During his hour-long presentation, Scott acknowledged that newfound freedom comes with increased responsibility and each student must be accountable for their actions. With humor sprinkled throughout each topic, Scott touched upon issues the athletes may encounter as undergrads, including alcohol and drinking underage, DUI, disorderly conduct, fake ID, date rape and sexual assault – and explained the associated legal, financial and academic consequences.