**SOLD OUT** CHI: Who will care for you and yours?
Guest speaker Michelle Gooze-Miller, JD'97 presents updated power of attorney directives to the Chicago Women's Alliance
Includes buffet and refreshments
This event is sold out. If you would like to be placed on the wait list, please use the form at right.
Have you ever wondered what would happen if suddenly you could not run your business, access your bank accounts, pay your bills, or make routine medical decisions? What if you live alone and suddenly became incapacitated? Is there a trusted person to immediately step in and “take over” on your behalf?
Fortunately everyone can plan for these contingencies by selecting persons who can continue financial and medical transactions. Documented authorization of these persons to act is important for everyone, especially for those who live alone. Proper planning is also crucial for those with elderly family members who require assistance at a moment’s notice.
The University of Chicago, Chicago Women’s Alliance is pleased to host a presentation on this issue by Michelle Gooze-Miller, JD’97. Ms. Gooze-Miller will explain preparation for these emergencies, as well as the consequences when no such preparation is in place. Ms. Gooze-Miller is a graduate of the University of Chicago Law School and specializes in estate planning, property management, and lifetime directives. We hope you can attend her presentation on March 8, 2016 and learn how to protect your family’s financial and medical well-being.
5:30-6:00 Registration and reception
The meeting room is located on the first floor of 333 W Wacker. The reception desk, which is located to the left as you enter the building, will direct you to the event.
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Adrienne Naumann, SB'71
Alexandria Schultz, AM'13