Divorce

Listen to Patrick Kelleher’s conversation about “Gray Divorce”

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Elder Law Attorney Patrick Kelleher was the guest host for last night’s show. Listen to his conversation with Financial Coach Scott Birmingham to learn more about “Gray” divorce.

Did you know that divorce rates have doubled for those aged 55-64 and have tripled for those older than 65 over the past 25 years? If you missed last night’s broadcast of My Generation, on 95.9 WATD, you can listen to the podcast by clicking the audio link below or on iTunes.

Elder Law Attorney Patrick Kelleher was  the guest host for the show, and he was joined by Financial Coach Scott Birmingham, as they discussed this important and often difficult subject.

As a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, Scott helps his clients, their lawyers, and mediators, understand how the financial decisions they make today will impact the client’s financial future.

As an elder law specialist, Patrick Kelleher is passionate about teaching his clients to be informed consumers so that they can put their estate plan in place to protect what they have for the people they love the most before their time runs out. Patrick holds free estate planning and elder law educational workshops at his Learning Center in Hanover every month.

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For more information about Patrick Kelleher’s law firm, Patrick J. Kelleher & Associates, with offices and Hanover and Weymouth, please visit: https://elderlawcare.com.

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For more information on Scott Birmingham’s financial coaching services, please visit his website at Fair Share Divorces, located in Weymouth, MA, https://fairsharedivorces.com. Scott holds client meetings in Cohasset, Norwood, and Boston.

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