‘Creating a Strong Estate Plan’ will be held at the Noah Webster Library in West Hartford on Feb. 6.
Everyone, both young and old, needs an estate plan.
Your life circumstances can change in an instant! If they do, are you prepared? Do you want to be on life support? If you have minor children, what will happen to them if something happens to you? Who will pay your bills if you can’t? And, if you pass away, how will your estate be divided among your heirs?
If you don’t have a plan in place, the State of Connecticut will make some of these decisions for you. Would you want that to happen? In this program, you’ll learn about important estate planning documents like Powers of Attorney and Healthcare Directives that you can create to make sure your wishes are met and your family knows how to care for you when you can’t care for yourself.
Presenter, Attorney Colleen Masse, is a West Hartford resident and an estate planning and special needs planning attorney with the elder law firm Czepiga Daly Pope & Perri. Her practice focuses on planning for both elders and persons with special needs of all ages. Masse helps her clients put together plans to preserve their wealth, protect their well-being, and maximize public benefits.
Masse earned her Juris Doctorate from UConn Law School, is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association, and is a board member of the North Central Area Agency on Aging.
Tne program will begin at 6:30 p.m.
There is ample library event parking in the nearby Isham Garage. Please bypass the garage kiosks and come directly to the Noah Webster Library Meeting Room, 20 South Main St., where you may validate your parking with your license plate number. Registration is required, online at http://bit.ly/estateplan0206 or by phone, 860-561-6990.
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