Attorney Randy Bryan Named as Keynote Speaker for Retirement 101 Program Offered by One Senior Place

Attorney Bryan, who has been named as a “Super Lawyer” and who is dual board certified in Elder Law as well as Wills, Trusts, and Estates, will speak on the legal perspective of the beginning stages of retirement.

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Randy Bryan | Law Offices of Hoyt & Bryan, LLC | Florida Attorney

Randy Bryan | Law Offices of Hoyt & Bryan, LLC | Florida Attorney

My career goal has always been to be a compassionate advocate for seniors and the particular concerns and issues that face them. - Randy Bryan

Oviedo, FL (PRWEB) May 10, 2014

Solidifying his status as the leading legal expert on retirement and elder issues, attorney Randy Bryan of the Law Offices of Hoyt & Bryan was named the keynote speaker for One Senior Place’s Retirement 101 Program held last April 10, 2014. Mr. Bryan spoke about the legal issues that can impact retirement planning.

“My career goal has always been to be a compassionate advocate for seniors and the particular concerns and issues that face them,” said Bryan. “This includes asset preservation issues, Medicaid, government benefits and nursing home issues. These issues are often confusing to people especially when they’re not yet retirement age but have to start planning for it. That’s why I’m gratified to have been named the keynote speaker for this program, to be recognized as the expert on the subject.”

One of just nine attorneys in Florida to be dual board certified in both Elder Law and in Wills, Trusts and Estates by the Florida Bar, Bryan has also been named a “Florida Super Lawyer” and was named to Florida Trend magazine’s “Florida’s Legal Elite.” Widely published and a frequent speaker, he served on active duty in the United States Navy’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps prior to launching his own legal career, and remains active in the Navy reserves, serving as recently as 2008 in Iraq, where he supervised a joint military office. The Retirement 101 program was aimed at people who are currently under the current retirement age of sixty-five.


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