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Chirello Advertising Produces Life Planning Issues DVD Series For Onondaga County Bar Assn.

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Steve Chirello

Chirello Advertising recently completed a two-disk DVD series on elder law issues for the Onondaga County Bar Association (OCBA) entitled “Life Planning as You Age: A Legal Guide,” said Steve Chirello, owner. All presentations, which were originally delivered at the 6th Annual Elder Law Fair in Syracuse, were taped and edited at Notion Picture Studios, N. Syracuse.

“Among the set presentations are Healthcare Proxies and Living Wills, Protecting Your Home, Basic Estate Planning, and How to Select a Team of Advisors,” Chirello said. “This set captures approximately seven hours of extremely valuable information delivered by experts from local law firms, financial institutions, the NY State Attorney General’s office, SUNY Upstate Medical Center, the Onondaga County Office of Aging and Youth, Legal Services of Central New York and the Estate Planning Council.”

Distribution of the set is being coordinated by OCBA, (315) 471-2667.

Located in Fulton, Chirello Advertising offers full service advertising, public relations, and marketing expertise to a variety of industrial, professional,

institutional and retail clients throughout Central New York.  The agency, working with in-house staff and outside associates, specializes in public relations planning, online marketing and design, video production, radio and print advertising. Chirello can be contacted at (315) 592-9778, adman1@alltel.net, and www.chirello.com.

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