End-of-Life Planning Q&A Session
February 28, 2024
1:00pm – 2:00pm
Clemens Center Upper Lobby
To facilitate the discussion, workshop participation is limited to the first 25 people to register.
This event is free, and we encourage our neighbors, friends, and loved ones to participate.
Secure your free ticket by registering.
This session is currently full at 25 registrants.
If you would like to be added to a waiting list in the event of a cancelation, please contact Craig Bond at CraigB@clemenscenter.org or (607) 735-2776; or Janice Slocum at JaniceS@clemenscenter.org or (607) 735-2777.
We also host one session per quarter throughout the year, with our next session scheduled for May. Registrations for the next session will open in April, so be sure to follow our social media channels and/or visit ClemensCenter.org/Events for more information.
Clemens Center presents
What’s the difference between a will and a trust? Are there tax benefits for using my retirement assets to support charities that are important to me? How often do I need to update my documents? How do I protect my assets from nursing home costs?
End-of-life planning can feel overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be! Join us for a FREE informal session where local financial and estate planning experts answer your questions and shed light on everything from how and where to get started all the way up to the more complex scenarios you or your family may face down the road.
Attendees will also receive a free copy of the “I’m Dead. Now What?” comprehensive life planner (one per household), courtesy of our series sponsor Ray Jewelers, which will help you gather vital details about your contacts, legal matters, health decisions, financial affairs, final wishes, instructions, and more.
|Leading the discussion:
|Roth Elder Law, PLLC
Michael J. Hamula, M.S.E., Paralegal
|CFS Group, Inc.
Sabrina Chilson, CFP®
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