Date: Tuesday, 07 May 2019
Time: 01:30 PM to 03:00 PM
Fee:
Address: 700 Dearborn Place S, Seattle, WA
Location: Seattle Goodwill
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Sometimes it's difficult to figure out what you want for dinner let alone what your wishes may be when you pass away. Have you tried talking with your family about your will and end-of-life issues? Or are you trying to figure out what your mother, father, or other loved one wants? These can be difficult discussions, but having these essential conversions will give you peace of mind and help you better understand their wishes.

Learn how to have the tough conversations at a free, 90-minute seminar with our experienced speakers Lisa Mayfield, Fellow Certified Care Manager and Janet Smith, Partner at Northwest Elder Law Group, who will share their perspectives and expertise about what happens when you are prepared and, especially, when you are not. Leave knowing the "right" questions to ask when you're ready to have that important conversation.

There are two times that we're sharing the same information - pick the one most convenient for you:

Seattle Goodwill
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm 
Seattle Goodwill Admin & Job Training and Education Center
700 Dearborn Place S
Seattle WA 98144

Phinney Neighborhood Association
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm 
6532 Phinney Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103

Light refreshments will be served.

Space is limited!  RSVP by Wednesday, May 1st

Participating Organizations include:

GSBA, Alliance for Education, American Red Cross, Densho, Food Lifeline, , Legal Voice, Medic One Foundation, Providence Hospice of Seattle Foundation, Seattle Goodwill, Seattle Parks Foundation, Swedish Medical Center Foundation, Pacific Northwest Ballet, The Wilderness Land Trust, Washington Environmental Council, Wildlife and Recreation Coalition

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