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July 6, 2009

‘Last Will and Testimony’ class set

A free educational inservice “Last Will and Testimony” will be offered from 9 a.m. to noon on July 21 and 28 at Vigo County Public Library in classrooms A and C. This four-part program is designed to provide resources so one can make informed choices regarding long-range planning. The two-day class will be presented on two consecutive Tuesdays in April and will cover four specific parts.

Part one, Senior Law Instruction, includes information about Senior Rights, Medicaid, Medicare and senior living arrangements;

Part two, Asset Protection, details Health and Life Insurance, keys to successful investing, tax efficient transfers of wealth without a revocable trust and how to title assets to accomplish your goals.

Part three, Vital Documents, provides tools and instruction on wills and trusts — what they will and won’t do for you — power of attorney’s — what everyone needs to prepare for the end of life. Participants will be instructed on living wills and funeral planning. Additionally, cremation and green burials will be discussed.

Part four, Eternal Living Accommodations, provides information to ensure peace of mind and offer information to ensure post life assurance.

Class size is limited. Please call (812) 917-4970 to reserve a place.

Classes will be taught by Rick Brewster (Frisse and Brewster Law Offices — specializing in Elder Law); Terry Daniels (Harvest Financial); Tami Edwards (DeBaun Funeral Home), the Rev. Budd Aplin (chaplain: Senior Education Ministries); the Rev. Edgar Guy (associate chaplain: Senior Education Ministries); Elizabeth Robertson (Westminster Village/Davis Gardens); and Angie Brewer (Southwood Health and Rehabilitation).

Refreshments will be provided. Participants will receive a certificate upon completion of the two-day classroom presentation.

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