HYBRID: Wills & Trusts for the Busy Parent: From Michelle-Shari Kruss

Wednesday, May 17, 2023 - 5:30pm to 6:30pm

A presentation from attorney Michelle-Shari Kruss!
Join us in the library or watch the live stream of this presentation here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CSVN0AAONnU

Michelle will cover these critical points:

  •  The 10 most common estate planning mistakes parents often make while drafting wills and trusts for their children, inheritance – and how to avoid them.
  • How to ensure your childcare/babysitter has the ability to authorize emergency medical care if you can’t be reached.
  • Kids off to college? If your 18+ has a health crisis, privacy laws mean you can no longer make medical decisions for them – without the correct Power of Attorney.
  • Long-term strategies to minimize Oregon estate taxes through the use of Disclaimer Trusts.
  • Various Powers of Attorney in case your spouse or children need you for a medical or financial decision and you are unavailable. 

Michelle-Shari Kruss’ Lake Oswego law practice focuses on helping families create personalize, flexible and well understood estate plans. A graduate of UCSD Michelle-Shari went on to worked for Andersen Consulting then to law school passing the Bar in 1995. Since then Michelle-Shari has served as a Juvenile Peer Court Judge, authored two books, guest lectures frequently throughout PDX on a variety of estate planning topics and is considers it a sincere honor to be ask to serve as a board member for some incredible non-profits such as; Doernbecher Children’s Hospital Tom Sargent Safety Center, President University of Oregon PFA,  Make-A-Wish Foundation and others.  Michelle-Shari@Krusslaw.com (503) 490-4020  www.Krusslaw.com
Michelle-Shari Kruss’ (www.Krusslaw.com) practice specializes in assisting parents with their personalized estate planning for 26 years.




This event is made possible by the Friends of the Lake Oswego Public Library, and admission is free.  The library is located at 706 Fourth Street, Lake Oswego, OR 97034. For more information, please call or email Todd Feinman at 503-675-2535 / tfeinman@lakeoswego.city