So, you’ve done well by preparing for the tough seasons of life by having a comprehensive estate plan. You should
truly take a moment to tell yourself, “CONGRATULATIONS” for being more prepared than 70% of Americans!
However, will the people you’ve named to make decisions for you when you can’t (whether because of our incapacity
or death) know what to do when the inevitable happens? My experience is that most of them look kinda like a deer
caught in the headlights of a fast moving car, not having a clue as to what to do.
We invite you
to bring your Children, Trusted Friend or Neighbor to a workshop that provides a
Step-by-Step Guide so Spouses and the people you’ve named to make decisions for you when you
can’t make decisions will know:
What They Should Do if You Become Disabled or Upon Your Death
10:00 – 11:15 am or 6:00 – 7:15 pm
Presented at LivHOME, 2280 Market Street, Suite 145, Riverside
Chavers, Esq., Elder Law and Estate Planning Attorney
Robertson, Nationally Certified Guardian and California Licensed Professional Fiduciary
Jennifer Bennett, Care Consultant with LivHome
Colleen Nilsen, CSA and founder of A Foundation For Elder Care
Herb will go over the legal aspect of being a fiduciary (making
decisions and handling affairs on behalf of another individual) for someone who is disabled or has died.
(Pamela) will discuss situations in which having a professional fiduciary over a family member is
the better choice, and sometimes the only choice.
Jennifer will provide an overview of “aging in place” at home with
Colleen providing an overview of options when “aging in place” at home becomes
impractical or impossible.