Listen to Lawrence…Literally! Invitation to a Podcast.

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Dear clients and friends,

During the height of the pandemic when our physical office was closed, I was running my legal practice from Tucson, Arizona. Hey, why not? While I was there, I visited Robert Fleming, a nationally known Elder Law attorney and partner of Fleming and Curti, PLC. I met Robert back in 1989 at a National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys conference in Washington, D.C., an organization which I later became President. Over our long professional career, we became close friends. He was gracious enough to invite me to be interviewed for several of his podcasts. Not only was it such a great way to get information to his clients, but it was actually fun! In the near future, our firm will begin to produce our own podcasts, so stay tuned!

Robert interviewed me for three separate podcasts, all of which I will share with you. All you have to do is click on the link below and it will take you directly to the podcast page. Then, just click on it and sit back and Listen to Lawrence!

In the weeks to come, we’ll share two more podcasts with you that were done with Mr. Fleming. After that, we’ll hopefully be well on our way to putting together our own, so if you’re interested in hearing about any particular topics, just let us know! We’re all ears and you will be too when you start to hear these podcasts. 😊

I hope this helps.

Please forward this information to your friends and relatives.

As always, please send me your questions and/or ideas for our upcoming podcasts. If you are thinking about it, others are probably too, so the information I provide will no doubt help you and many others.

Let’s stay connected.

LISTEN TO LAWRENCE

Stay safe!

Listen to Lawrence…on a Podcast!
The first podcast is Episode #67, Comparative Elder Law: New York. We talk about an Elder Law practice in New York in comparison to Arizona during the pandemic. I hope you find it interesting.
Click here to actually Listen to Lawrence:

New York Elder Law Compared to Arizona