Last week I conducted a presentation at the Professional Fiduciary Association of California’s Annual Convention in Orange County. This year I decided to attend the conference in addition to conducting speaking engagement, and I am glad I did. PFAC is comprised of professional fiduciaries (trustees, conservators, etc.) dedicated to assisting the elderly, disabled, and others in need regarding the administration of conservatorships, guardianships, trusts, estates and durable powers of attorney. Each of the members I spoke with are caring professionals who devote countless hours to protecting their clients and their estates.
This year I spoke about changes in employment law, and how those changes are impacting the home care industry. My audience was enthusiastic, attentive and interactive, which made my job a lot easier. For those attendees that had to stand (darn that Fire Marshal), I am glad you made it. I was truly humbled by the responsiveness. My goal was to add some clarity to an oftentimes confusing area of the law, and provide information that the trustees, conservators, residential care facilities and in-home care industry can use to comply with the law. I feel confident that the attendees walked away with a better sense of the changing landscapes facing California employers.
I want to thank PFAC for inviting me back this year, and for giving me the opportunity to interact with so many wonderful fiduciaries. If you were not able to attend my session (either because we ran out of room or because you were attending one of the other wonderful presentations), please do not hesitate to give me a call or send me an email and I’m happy to provide you with a copy of my material (be sure to mention that you are a PFAC member). If you attended the session and have any follow-up questions, please feel free to contact me at your convenience (again, mention that you are a PFAC member).
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