Please RSVP by April 13th to Mark at MarkR@theGSBA.org
Choosing the right people to represent you in the different roles within your estate plan is important - from Personal Representative, Successor Trustee, Power of Attorney, Healthcare POA– there are helpful personal qualities and guidelines to consider, as well as pitfalls to avoid, for selecting the right people to execute these important roles.
If you are curious or worried about the duties of a personal representative, successor trustee or those named in a Power of Attorney, or Healthcare POA, this seminar will help put your mind at rest. Teresa Byers will introduce you to the roles, duties, responsibilities and outline the administration process.
This free seminar is repeated twice on the same day:
Thursday April 19th 1:30 -3:00 p.m.
Ravenna Eckstein Community Center
6535 Ravenna Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98115
Thursday April 19th 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
Seattle Goodwill Administration and Job Training and Education Center
700 Dearborn Place South, Seattle WA 98144 (free parking in front or in the adjacent auxiliary lots)
Space is limited. Please RSVP by April 13th to Mark at MarkR@theGSBA.org
ABOUT TERESA BYERS
Teresa Byers' practice focuses on estate planning, probate, guardianships and trust and estate litigation. She enjoys working with a broad range of clients, from young families interested in securing their children's future to succession planning for family-owned and closely held companies. Teresa's practice encompasses both proactive planning, which can avoid many disputes, and the litigation needed to resolve trust and estate disputes, will contests, vulnerable adult protection actions, and guardianships.
Teresa also has experience working with nonprofit and tax-exempt entities. She assists in the formation of both public charities and private foundations. Her work includes providing advice on the qualification for and maintenance of tax-exempt status. As a graduate of the University of Washington LL.M. Program in Taxation, she is knowledgeable on federal tax issues.
The following nonprofits partner to host these twice-annual estate planning seminars: American Red Cross, EarthCorps, Food Lifeline, Forterra, Greater Seattle Business Association, King County Library System Foundation, Legal Voice, Medic One Foundation, Providence Hospice of Seattle Foundation, Seattle Goodwill Industries, Seattle Parks Foundation, Sound, Swedish Medical Center Foundation, The Wilderness Land Trust, Wildlife and Recreation Coalition