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Circle of Care Network Celebrates Elder Law Awareness





The law firm of Plachta, Murphy & Associates, P.C., understands the obstacles and concerns that are presented to our community’s senior citizens and their families. One of the biggest problems faced is the legal protection of our senior citizens and the loved ones that surround and care for them. To address the growing need for sound assistance in this critical phase of life’s transition Plachta, Murphy & Associates has partnered with other community leaders to form the Circle of Care Network. The Circle of Care Network will be promoting Elder Law awareness with free educational Elder Law Solutions seminars.


The Circle of Care Network is a consortium of local West Michigan professional organizations dedicated to educating, preparing, and assisting families with life’s transitions. Through free seminars and presentations we provide information and resources to make life’s transitions go as smoothly as possible. Other partners include Certified Public Accountants at the firm of EHTC, and representatives from Founder’s Bank & Trust. Our presenters are experts in their respective fields. Topics include:



  • Estate Planning Documents

  • Tapping into Government Benefits

  • Social Security Disability

  • VA Aid & Attendance

  • Medicare/Medicaid Planning

  • Caregiver Contracts

  • Estate Law Changes

  • Tax Strategies for Today’s Seniors


Our February event will be held at Pietro’s Italian Restaurant located on 28th St SE in Grand Rapids on February 16th at 5:30pm. This event is held in their exquisite private Garden Room and includes a complimentary pasta dinner (penne w/ meat marinara), salad, breadsticks, and non-alcoholic beverage! This seminar will last approximately one and a half hours including a question and answer period. ALL AT NO COST, BUT YOU MUST RSVP! (ATTENDEE SPACE IS LIMITED)


For more information contact Jeremy M. Johnson at 616-458-3994 or email: [email protected].




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