An Invitation from the Heirs of Anna and Simeon
A FINAL AFFAIRS FAIR
Making Preparations for the Later Years
St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church
Saturday, February 21, 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
After gathering and hearing the formal presentation on the basic, most important legal matters, there will be knowledgeable professionals who will be stationed at tables to answer your questions about their areas of expertise.
AGING IS RISKY BUSINESS: What you don’t know can hurt you.
Speaker: Wally Kelleman, JD, LLM, RN, Elder Law Attorney
• ASK THE LAWYER
Follow up discussions with the guest speaker.
• LIVING ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE “SUNSET” YEARS: Making the right choice.
Alternative institutional settings and support services provided; home care and nursing services; current provisions in Medicare and Medicaid.
Host: Marsha Bond
• PLANNING FOR MY FINANCIAL SECURITY: Do I have enough?
Taking the appropriate steps now that will help preserve my financial resources for my remaining years.
Host: Margaret A. Kulyk, CRPC, Financial Advisory
• ORGAN/TISSUE DONATION: Giving life in death.
Factual information about organ and tissue donation: who is eligible; how donations are carried out; uniform donor cards will be available.Host: Joe Stott, Recipient volunteer from LifeLink of Georgia
• PLANNING MY LEGACY: Disposing of my temporal goods.
Choosing between three options: family, charities, and IRS; how to dispose of my goods in ways that are faithful to my family and my values.
Host Charles Gearing, Planned Giving Advisor
• BURIAL OPTIONS: Making arrangements for my body.
Alternatives for the final disposition of my remains; making sensible arrangements for burial through pre-planning; selecting a funeral director.
Host: Howard Rees,The Memorial Society of Georgia
• PLANNING MY FUNERAL: Making advanced arrangements with the church.
Reviewing the options and placing my preferences on record.
Host: The Rev. Beverley Elliott, Sr. Associate Rector, St. Bartholomew’s
A “finger-food” luncheon will be available. You are strongly urged to take advantage of this opportunity to inform yourself about these matters that every family needs to take care of, preferably sooner rather than later.