The mobile foreign affairs lifestyle gives rise to unique legal implications for foreign affairs agency employees and their family members. This seminar includes a panel of experts provided by the American Foreign Service Protective Association to discuss contingency planning. Participants will learn steps in creating wills, trusts and powers of attorney; as well as identify legal responsibilities in owning real estate.
"I appreciate the content and the intention to educate us in these important areas."
"I learned about the different types of estate planning, documents and options, as well as the bare minimum legal documents that one should have and the difference between them."
Course Dates and Times
18 May 2016 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
This is a non-tuition workshop.
Virtual Resource Table
The following links and documents represent materials made available at the resource table during the class.
Department of State Resources
Wills and Power of Attorney