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"The right time to make a plan for managing your health care and end of life in case you are incapacitated in the future is while you still can. That time is now."
~ Jo Kline Cebuhar, J.D.
 
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I know talking about sickness and death may not seem like the most energizing topic for this Thursday night, but this one is really important! What Jo Kline Cebuhar writes and teaches can save our time, money, heartache, and may even save our life or the life of someone we love.

The person who taught me this was my dear friend Georgie LaRue. With lionhearted courage, Georgie lived through years of cancer treatment and three surgeries in 2000, 2004 and 2008. For each surgery, I served as a caretaker and advocate, sometimes moving into the hospital for days at a time. Before her surgery in 2008, Georgie did some serious planning, appointing me as the successor trustee on her trust and appointing her "niece" Valda as her proxy on her durable health care proxy.

I want you and your family to confidently navigate the health care system because you are educated and prepared. Jo Kline Cebuhar is someone who can help you do just that. She is an attorney and author of a beautifully written book that I highly recommend, Last Things First, Just in Case... The Practical Guide to Living Wills and Durable Powers of Attorney for Health Care.

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