End of Life Planning Workshop | San Francisco Village

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End of Life Planning Workshop

1/14/2019 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM PST

The beginning of the year is a great time to get your affairs in order! In this two-hour workshop, you will learn the basics of end-of-life planning including will preparation, Advanced Healthcare Directives and Powers of Attorney. Presenting attorneys will provide an overview of the items needed to create end-of-life planning documents, a review of the decisions that an individual needs to make in order to complete the documents, and an opportunity to conduct intakes and begin the process of drafting documents. For attendees who are prepared and bring identification (driver’s license, ID or passport), attorneys will also be available to draft and notarize these documents. This training will help to simplify the process of end-of-life planning and provide much-needed peace of mind.

This workshop is offered through a partnership by AIDS Legal Referral Panel and Legal Assistance to the Elderly.

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