October 3, 2017 - September 14, 2017
Mānoa Campus, East-West Center, Hawai‘i Imin International Conference Center

Join three of Hawai‘i’s leading senior experts for a free, information-packed, seminar to help you begin planning your long-term care plan, learn how to adapt your home to meet your needs as you age, explain how to protect your estate for your loved ones, and turn your assets into lifetime income.

11:30 a.m.: light lunch
12:00-1:00 p.m.: seminar

Creating Your Long-Term Plan

* Adapt your home to meet your needs as you age
* Important health care documents
* Advance Health Care Directive
* Health Care Power of Attorney
* Provider Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST)
* Options for alternative long-term care residence

Keeping the Rest of Your Estate Plan Up-To-Date

* Wills and trusts
* Higher tax-free allowances may
simplify trust planning

How you can use Charitable Gifts to your advantage

* Liquidate highly appreciated real property without capital gains tax impact
* Receive income tax deductions
* Increase income
* Consider charitable gift

Craig Nakatsuka, MD was a physician at Kaiser Medical Center for 30 years. He is a palliative care physician who supports patients with advanced illnesses or end of life issues and currently is at Hospice Hawai‘i.

Shari Motooka-Higa, vice president at Primary Properties, Inc., has been working with Hawai‘i’s seniors and their families for over 25 years. During her career as a certified senior advisor, Shari has worked in many areas of the senior industry as a financial advisor – from advising families with long-term care planning to consulting with healthcare providers.

Stephen H. Reese, Esq. has been in private practice in Hawai‘i since 1988 and has provided legal counsel for the East-West Center’s charitable planned giving program since 1999. He specializes in estate planning, charitable planned giving, and business planning.

Anyone can leave a legacy of value. It isn’t necessary to be a person of great wealth to make a meaningful contribution. A gift from your estate can be designated to student scholarships or a program at the East-West Center. Because of your support, we are able to bring the resources of higher education, leadership, and advanced research to benefit the people of the Asia Pacific region.

Please RSVP by Friday, September 29 to foundation@eastwestcenter.org or 808.944.7557

Complimentary parking provided upon request (lawn area mauka of the building)

Although we hope you will consider the East-West Center in your plans, there is no charge or obligation for this seminar.

Ticket Information

Event Sponsor
East-West Center, Mānoa Campus

More Information
808-944-7557, foundation@eastwestcenter.org

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