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SoloAgers: How does an organization act as estate executor?

This month we will meet with Lucia Sanchez and Gloria Shatto from Fulton Estate and Trust. They will answer all of our questions about how Fulton acts as executor of your estate, ensuring that all of your instructions regarding your legacy are followed. If you haven't identified a friend or family member as your executor, contracting with an organization may be one solution.      


Are you a solo-ager? (What is a solo-ager?) Solo Agers are people that are making decisions about their future independently. You might be a solo ager if you are… An individual or couple without children. An individual who never married or had children. An individual living alone since the divorce or death of a partner.

     Some solo-agers find it challenging to identify a primary emergency contact, or decide how to designate different people for various roles, such as Power of Attorney, Healthcare Proxy or executor. 
      Join us for this opportunity for a discussion moderated by our executive director, Melissa Ressler. 

Monday, February 13, 2023, 10:00 AM until 11:30 AM
Community Mennonite Church of Lancaster
328 W. Orange St.
Lancaster, PA  17603

Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Melissa Ressler
Registration is required
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Executive Director Office Hours:  Monday 9am-3pm,   Wednesday 9am-3pm,  Thursday 9am-noon