Connecticut Association for Human Services will hold a free CT Money School financial education series for seniors from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on four upcoming Thursdays at the Westport Center for Senior Activities, 21 Imperial Ave. Light refreshments will be served from 5 to 5:30 p.m.

On Sept. 29, attorneys Stephen Studer and Shelby Wilson, of Berchem, Moses & Devlin P.C., will discuss "The Basics of Probate and the Ever-Changing Tax Landscape."

Topics to be covered will include the probate process, recent changes in estate and gift and income tax laws.

On Oct. 6, John Block from Curtis, Black Insurance Co. will present a lecture on "Protecting Yourself and Your Family in Retirement." He will cover topics such as long term care, annuities and life insurance.

On Oct. 13, Louis Albanese, president and chief executive officer of Catamount Wealth Management will discuss strategies for safe growth investments during these volatile times to prevent outliving your wealth.

On Oct. 20, Channe Fodeman, a licensed clinical social worker, will discuss "Coping with the Challenge and Change of Downsizing or Relocating."

The seminar will provide participants with strategies to handle the tangle of emotions associated with moving.

On Oct. 27, all panel members will be available for a round-table discussion and Q&A to give attendees an opportunity to ask questions and have a dialogue with the experts.

Pre-registration is required and can be made by calling the center at 203-341-5099.