Planning for the end of life?

September 13, 2019 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
233 Downs Rd
Donations welcome!
Fearn Lickfield

Planning for emergencies and circumstances that commonly arise at the end of life is important to consider, no matter what your age. Alisa will discuss some ways that you can plan to meet death on your own terms, ensuring, as much as possible, that individual wishes are respected.

Alisa Andrews is a Druid of the Green Mountain Druid Order. She has been a Vermont attorney for many years, practicing in diverse areas including environmental protection, estate planning, real estate, corporate, and employment law; in state government, private practice, and the nonprofit sector. She also teaches graduate courses on topics such as Legal Ethics, Land Use Planning, and Alternative Dispute Resolution. Alisa is on the Advisory Board of The Sustainability Project, a New Hampshire nonprofit, a member of the Druid Council, and a Bardic Homestudy Mentor. In her free time, she enjoys dancing, hiking, and spending time outdoors with her young daughter.



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