U3A BRISBANE

University of the Third Age Brisbane


Connecting Seniors to Lifelong Learning

University of the Third Age Brisbane


Connecting Seniors to Lifelong Learning

Event Enrolment

The following forthcoming events are available for booking.

If you are a U3A Brisbane financial member, you may reserve your place, or cancel an existing booking, by clicking on the Make or Cancel a Booking button below.

Estate Planning in a time of Covid

Loan Chow, Director of YHC LawyersPresenter: Loan Chow, Director of YHC Lawyers
Date: Wednesday 25th May 2022, 11:00am-12:30pm
Venue: Online meeting

In a global pandemic, Wills and Estates are front of mind. How do you ensure your loved ones are cared for in worst case scenarios? How do you make sure that the right people are able to make decisions for you when you have lost your capacity?

How do you minimise the risk of your Will being disputed? What happens when someone passes away?

Even if you have all of this in place, people are needing to make different decisions as the choices made pre-Covid may no longer be practical.

Loan Chow, Director of YHC Lawyers, will share her experiences and insights about:
• Wills gone wrong or no Will at all; Who can contest a Will
• Tips and traps about Enduring Powers of Attorney
• The importance of Advance Health Directives in Covid
• What happens when someone passes away

Join our education session where Loan Chow will highlight some key areas you might want to consider to protect your loved ones and some practical pathways that are available for families going through this process.


There is no fee for this event.
Current Bookings: 109   (Maximum: 100)
 
Members on Waiting List: 28. If you proceed you will be added to the Waiting List.
 

Estate Planning in a time of Covid (REPEAT SESSION)

Loan Chow, Director of YHC LawyersPresenter: Loan Chow, Director of YHC Lawyers
Date: Wednesday 15th June 2022, 11:00am-12:30pm
Venue: Online meeting

This is a repeat of the session on 25th May.


In a global pandemic, Wills and Estates are front of mind. How do you ensure your loved ones are cared for in worst case scenarios? How do you make sure that the right people are able to make decisions for you when you have lost your capacity?

How do you minimise the risk of your Will being disputed? What happens when someone passes away?

Even if you have all of this in place, people are needing to make different decisions as the choices made pre-Covid may no longer be practical.

Loan Chow, Director of YHC Lawyers, will share her experiences and insights about:
• Wills gone wrong or no Will at all; Who can contest a Will
• Tips and traps about Enduring Powers of Attorney
• The importance of Advance Health Directives in Covid
• What happens when someone passes away

Join our education session where Loan Chow will highlight some key areas you might want to consider to protect your loved ones and some practical pathways that are available for families going through this process.


There is no fee for this event.
Current Bookings: 61   (Maximum: 100)