Attorney Claudia I. Pringles addresses key questions and concerns seniors should keep in mind as they plan for their futures, and for transferring responsibility to their loved ones, friends, or professionals. Attorney Pringles will focus on the importance of matching skills and temperament to task when choosing who will play key roles involved in Estate Planning, such as Executor, Trustee, Power of Attorney Agent, Advance Directive Agent, and Guardian; how transparent Estate Planning process helps keep peace in your family; safeguarding the assets of family members who have difficulty managing such on their own; protecting oneself and loved ones in the event of disability or incapacitation, and making sure your wishes are carried out in a way that you would want and causes the least distress to your loved ones. This class will be presented in readily understandable, conversational English – not in legal jargonese. Each session will include opportunities for Q&A.

The workshop is from 6:00 – 7:30 pm, on Tuesday, January 2nd, 9th, 16th, and 23rd.

This winter course will be via Zoom only. Please sign up for our newsletter to be notified of other events, including in-person workshops.

$25 for members of the MSAC; $40 for the public. All fees go to support the Montpelier Senior Activity Center.

Click here to Register at the Montpelier Senior Activity Center for A Pro-Active, Insightful Approach to Estate Planning  by Attorney Claudia Pringles.

Attorney Claudia I. Pringles was awarded the Juris Doctor by the University of Wisconsin Law School. A member of the Vermont Bar, this is her 16th year practicing law in Montpelier, Vermont.