FREE Estate Planning Webinar June 3rd

By Valerie on May 11, 2020//Leave a comment

Date: Wednesday, June 3rd

Time: 12:00 to 1:00 pm

Location: Zoom Webinar

Cost: FREE

MCLE: None

Register: Here


There are lots of uncertainties due to the COVID-19 pandemic and many wonder of “what if” scenarios. Now, more than ever, it is important that you have proper estate plan documents in place to protect both you and your family. COVID-19 along with other diseases and illnesses attack people of all ages and wealth.


Everyone over the age of 18, regardless of age or wealth, should have a plan in place. This webinar will discuss the timing of your estate planning, as well as the types of legal documents that can provide you with peace of mind during this pandemic, and protect you and your family in times of need, including:

• Advance Health Care Directive and HIPAA Authorization

• Durable Power of Attorney for Finance

• Differences between Wills and Trusts


About the Speaker—Ikuko Sano, Esq.

Ms. Sano is an attorney licensed to practice law in California, Hawaii, and New York with over 16 years of experience. In 2009, she founded Sano & Associates, P.C., a boutique law firm in Northern San Diego County offering reliable, high quality legal services to individual clients with a focus on estate planning. Ms. Sano served on the Board of Directors of the Bar Association of Northern San Diego County (North County Bar Association) from 2015 to 2018, and led the Association as President in 2018.


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  1. Evelyn wills

    Are their samples/forms to set up a living trust?

    • Kelly

      Hi Evelyn,
      NOLO Books has a title dedicated to this topic: Make Your Own Living Trust. It has many sample trusts and additional forms you might need. You can access the entire book through the link on the Law Library’s legal database webpage. Look down the page for the NOLO Books: Legal Information Resource Center and click the link. Follow the instructions to access the site, then click on the picture for Will and Estate Planning. Then click on the Living Trusts topic. A new page will open and click on the Make Your Own Living Trust.

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