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Planning Ahead for Incapacity: The Use of Revocable Trusts, Durable Powers of Attorney, and Health Care Advance Directives (and What Happens Without Them) 2019 *Class by Webinar*

Date(s):
December 4, 2019
Description:
Credits: 3.0 Credit Hours

Description: Who will manage your client’s (or your) affairs in the event of incapacity? This popular class explores a topic that is relevant, professionally, and/or personally, to almost everyone at some point in life. Our expert faculty examine the advantages and disadvantages of revocable trusts, durable powers of attorney, and health care advance directives such as living wills and proxy appointments to manage health care and other personal decisions, as well as finance and property matters.
 
While the class primarily focuses on D.C. laws and procedures, it is highly applicable to practitioners in Maryland and Virginia. This class is extremely useful to the estates/trusts, health law, and family law attorney, but it also benefits any practitioner who wants to learn how to exercise control over decision making during periods of temporary or permanent incapacity. Class materials include sample documents.

Faculty:
 
  • John L. Laster, Law Offices of John L. Laster
  • Charles P. Sabatino, Commission on Law and Aging, American Bar Association
Fee: $89 D.C. Bar Community Members; $99 D.C. Bar Members; $109 Government and Non-profit Attorneys; $129 Others
 
The D.C. Bar CLE Program now offers discounted group registration rates!  For more information, contact the CLE Office at CLE@dcbar.org or 202-626-3488.
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Charles Sabatino, American Bar Association Commission on Law & Aging

John Laster, Law Offices of John L. Laster