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End-of-Life Planning-Part 1
Getting Your Ducks in Order.
Featuring Attorney Elizabeth Ruthmansdorfer.
Especially in this time of COVID-19, the unexpected death of a loved one can devastate a family. If a family hasn’t taken appropriate steps in advance, financial and legal complications can compound loss and grief.
Many of us think of end-of-life planning as a concern of the elderly. But anyone who has dependents, especially minor children, must also be prepared just in case.
If your ducks aren’t lined up, join the Heritage Society for this two-part program. Part one on February 23, Attorney Elizabeth Ruthmansdorfer will outline the steps you should take now to identify and line up those ducks and provide for your family’s security.
During her program, she will discuss wills and probate, medical and financial powers of attorney, trusts, including special needs trusts, and Title 19/Medicaid planning. She will allow plenty of time at the end to answer your questions.
Reminder: Be sure that one of your ducks is leaving a bequest to First Church. Contact Lynne Jacoby or a Heritage Society member for information on how to do so.
On March 23, in the second part of this program, Rev. Dena will discuss the spiritual issues related to end-of-life planning.
Members of the First Church Heritage Society: Lisa Koneazny, Linda Presto, Chris Linder, Eileen Teska
Register and get the secure Zoom link here: https://form.jotform.com/210196797850971.