Attorney Deborah Boyett discusses estate planning at a senior law day at the San Joaquin College of Law in 2016. Fresno seniors will present recommendations Thursday to the Fresno City Council for establishing a dedicated senior center in the city.
Attorney Deborah Boyett discusses estate planning at a senior law day at the San Joaquin College of Law in 2016. Fresno seniors will present recommendations Thursday to the Fresno City Council for establishing a dedicated senior center in the city. Fresno Bee File Photo
Attorney Deborah Boyett discusses estate planning at a senior law day at the San Joaquin College of Law in 2016. Fresno seniors will present recommendations Thursday to the Fresno City Council for establishing a dedicated senior center in the city. Fresno Bee File Photo

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