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Cooley Sixty Plus, Elderlaw Clinic to Partipate in AARP Event on Financial Security for Women

Cooley Law School Sixty Plus, Elderlaw Clinic Director Dustin S. Foster will present on financial security for women during a “MI Sisters & Friends: Show Me the Money!” virtual event hosted by AARP on March 7. 

The March 7th event is from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. ET

During the event, Foster will share information about wills and trusts, powers of attorney (medical and financial), non-probate transfers, financial exploitation, the importance of savings, and how to save. Dr. Sonya Gunnings-Moton of Michigan State University College of Education will be the host of the event, and Therese Bacon, financial educator with MSU Federal Credit Union, will share tips on financials savings. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions following the presentations.

“Sixty Plus provides educational presentations to communities on estate-planning topics,” said Foster. “Partnering with AARP for this event is an opportunity to support women who want to know more about estate planning and financial security as they age.”


Dustin Foster

The Sixty Plus, Inc., Elderlaw Clinic (Sixty Plus) is Cooley Law School’s live-client estate planning clinic. The Sixty Plus clinical experience enables students, called student attorneys, to interview, counsel, represent and draft estate planning documents for actual clients, all of whom are age 60 and older. Student attorneys, who are closely supervised by the clinical faculty, proceed on behalf of clients drafting a variety of estate planning documents, including wills, power of attorney for health care, durable power of attorney for finances, and enhanced life estate deeds.

Feb 15 2024