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Mr. Rudy D. Beck and Mr. Randall J. Levesque , attorneys at the Beck Elder-Law Firm, P.C.,  frequently lecture on a variety of estate planning and elder law topics to other attorneys, the general public and nationally. 

Seminars/Presentations/Health Fairs
 Planned for 2012







3:00 till  4:00

NHC Town & Country
13995 Clayton Road
Chesterfield MO 63017

Speaker: Dr. Williams of the Bone & Joint Institute at Des Peres

Amy Kelly NHC (314) 291.0121


10:00 till 12:00

Garden Villas of O’Fallon
7092 South Outer 364
O'Fallon MO 63368

Speaker: Mr. Rudy D. Beck
Legal and Financial Planning
in partnership with Alzheimer’s Assoc.

Liz Davis (636) 240-5560


9:00 till

O’Fallon City Hall
100 North Main Street
O’Fallon, MO 63366

4th Annual St. Charles County Senior Fair



11:00 till 1:00

O’Fallon Active Older Adults Program
Renaud Sprit Center
2650 Tri Sports Circle
O’Fallon, MO

Speaker: Mr. Rudy D. Beck
The Elder Care Journey;
How to Protect Yourself, Your Family & Your Finances


Note: If you are interested in a speaker for your next organization/retiree/veteran or business meeting please contact Vicki Durney, Community Outreach Coordinator at 636-946-7899. A list of topics is listed below:

How to Pay for Care: Do I qualify for any financial assistance programs such as Medicaid & the VA Aid and              Attendance Pension program?

Estate Planning Basics
:  Information everyone should have including the most commonly used documents to
                                            used documents to complete the estate planning process.

Navigating the Maze of Elder Care:  What children of aging parents and older adults need to know.

The Elder Care Journey:  How to protect yourself, your family and your finances.


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