Attorney Deborah Radin highlights the critical importance of proactively designating three trusted parties as your health and financial decision-makers, selection criteria for who is best qualified to act on your behalf, DPOA form authorization protocols, options for updating and or rescinding original designees, and who should have copies of these forms.
Radin and moderator Paula Wolfson, LCSW, Avenidas Care Partners Manager, share lessons learned from the pandemic for securing your financial resources, treatment preferences during times of a medical crisis and if declared by medical professionals that you are lacking competency.
About the Presenter
Deborah G. Kramer Radin
Managing Partner, Kramer Radin, LLP
Deborah is certified as an Estate Planning, Probate and Trust Law Specialist by the State Bar of California and was named a Northern California Super Lawyer in 2019 and 2020.
About the Moderator
Paula Wolfson, LCSW
Manager, Avenidas Care Partners
Paula Wolfson is an elder care social worker with over 30 years on the front lines of patient care advocacy. Paula facilitates multiple caregiver support groups, conducts elder care consults, and is active on the Palo Alto Age Friendly Committee.
About the Series
The Aging Wisely Town Hall series explores aging transitions and resources with renowned experts. Aging isn’t always easy. Maybe you are having issues with medical care, insurance, nutrition, or finding resources in the community. Maybe you are caring for a loved one and you are not sure what to do. You are not alone. Avenidas is here to help by bringing in experts to address your questions and concerns.