The Role of the Executor in Maryland – New!

The Role of the Executor in Maryland
2 sessions • 6 hours

Learn how to be an executor for a loved one or how to designate the responsibilities as part of your own estate plan. Understand the legal responsibilities of the role, and discuss required general competencies, while knowing the potential consequences for incorrect performance. Learn to organize tasks in advance, and get tips for reducing stress when handling the responsibilities.

Instructor: Marcy Gouge
Marcy Gouge is a licensed elder law attorney with 20 years litigation experience. She has a certificate in Gerontology and is the former National Director of National Legal Training Project which provided training to elder advocates on topics impacting older adults – topics include Elder Abuse, Guardianship and Federal Benefits. She spends her retirement traveling the world for months at a time, blogs regularly about traveling as a solo older woman, and contributes articles to online and print magazines about the joys of solo travel for women.

The Role of the Executor in Maryland
ILR965 • 5-Digit Number: 19386
Tue/Thu • 3:00 – 6:00 p.m. • 2/25 – 2/27
Conference Center (E Building) • Room E104
Tuition: $12 | Fee: $54 | Total: $66
MD residents age 60+ pay fee only