Frances M. Pantaleo Speaking on Elder Law to the Business Community and Consumers
Bleakley Platt Partner Frances M. Pantaleo will take part in a panel discussion titled “The Business of Aging Today” on December 1 at a Power Breakfast sponsored by the Business Council of Westchester, which will be held at the Crowne Plaza in White Plains. The breakfast will focus on ideas and strategies to help businesses who want to capture the rapidly growing market of adults 55 in Westchester.
Ms. Pantaleo will discuss the ways that an Elder Law attorney can assist business owners and their employees who are dealing with the financial and emotional stress of caring for a loved one with long term care needs.
Ms. Pantaleo will speak on December 5 at an informational open house at The Osborn Retirement Community, a nonprofit organization that provides a continuum of care for residents located in Rye, New York. The open house will feature a tour and discussions about preparing and planning for a move to a retirement community.
Ms. Pantaleo’s program will focus on the legal issues that individuals and families need to focus on before making the transition from living in the family home to moving to a senior living community.
Ms. Pantaleo, who leads the Elder Law and Special Needs Practice Group at Bleakley Platt, is frequently invited to speak before seniors and caregivers. A past Chair of the Elder Law and Special Needs Section of the New York State Bar Association and past Chair of the Elder Law Committee of the Westchester Women’s Bar Association, Ms. Pantaleo also speaks before attorneys on Elder Law matters.