Jan 14: Dealing With the New Norm in Basic Estate Planning During the COVID Pandemic

Dealing With the New Norm in Basic Estate Planning During the COVID Pandemic

A Complimentary Program Offered by Metro Volunteer Lawyers, the Asian Pacific Bar Association of Colorado, and the Colorado Women’s Bar Association

  • January 14
  • Noon to 1 p.m.
  • Webinar
  • One CLE Credit Requested

Metro Volunteer Lawyers, the Asian Pacific Bar Association of Colorado, and the Colorado Women’s Bar Association are excited to partner together and offer a free CLE addressing basic estate planning during the COVID pandemic. The program will address the basics of medical and financial powers of attorney, advance health care directives, and declarations of disposition of last remains.

Who Should Attend? Anyone interested in estate planning, caregivers, and attorneys interested in volunteering for upcoming virtual Power of Attorney Clinics to be offered to qualifying low-income seniors by MVL, APABA, and CWBA in February! No experience in estate planning is necessary to volunteer at these virtual clinics. This CLE will guide you through the process of meeting one-on-one with seniors to discuss and complete advanced planning documents.

Faculty

Rachel Sheikh is the owner of RBS Law, LLC in Arvada, Colorado, and focuses her practice on estate planning and probate administration. She helps people of all ages to ensure that they and their loved ones are adequately protected, regardless of their level of assets. Drawing on over 15 years of legal experience and her long-term commitment to helping and educating others, Rachel is a graduate of the Colorado Bar Association’s Leadership Training Program and currently serves on the Continuing Legal and Judicial Education Committee to promote competence and professionalism among Colorado lawyers.

Chuong Le represents clients in the areas of private client services, corporate law, and cross-border transactions. He has represented individuals and multi-generational families in legacy planning, public and private foundations, charitable giving and tax planning. Chuong has also represented domestic and international companies during startup and formation, corporate restructures, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, import and export, and provided counsel to companies entering emerging markets, restructures, succession planning and growth strategies. He has also represented companies in various phases of real estate holdings and investments. Chuong emphasizes providing his clients with personal attention and an innovative and comprehensive approach to helping them meet their business and legal needs. He is dedicated to understanding the challenges that clients face on a regular basis and working closely with them to assist in achieving their goals.

RSVP to Attend

Register Here or email Virginia McClerkin

If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Anne Zogg or complete a volunteer sign up form.

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