NFPA Webinar: Are Powers of Attorney Really Necessary? - February 17, 2016

About the Webinar

This seminar will focus on the various types of medical and financial powers of attorney and other supporting documents, how and when they work, and why they are a necessary tool for paralegals in all areas of practice.

Start Time 1 PM Eastern / 10 AM Pacific
Presented using GoToWebinar
NFPA Approved for 1 hour CLE
Member Cost $25 / Non-Member $50

About the Speaker

Ronda Haynes, JD is a graduate of Texas A&M University School of Law 2015 and is awaiting the bar exam results.  She is currently employed as the Assistant Vice President, First Financial Trust & Asset Management Company.  Previously, Ronda worked for ten years as a paralegal for the law firm of Gordon & Sykes, where she worked in the area of estate planning.

Cancellation and refunds:

Cancellations may be made up to 24 hours before the webinar with a full refund minus a $5 administrative fee. Within 24 hours of the webinar start, cancellations receive no refunds.

NFPA members: Be sure to sign in before registering so the website gives you the discounted member rate!


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