Mortal Curiosity
2022 End-Of Life
Virtual Conference Series

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Dividing Non-Titled Property Without Dividing Families May 19th, 2022 | 6-7pm (MST)

Dividing heirlooms can create touchy family situations.  These items can sometimes bring out the worst in families, often at a time when emotions are high, after the death of a loved one.  This seminar will help attendees learn how your family can prepare to pass on personal property without causing a family divide.

Learn how to start the conversation that will prepare your family for the inevitable. This webinar will help you define which of the belongings in your family has meaning for you and why. Attendees will learn how to have the discussion with family members and begin the process of division while avoiding emotional conflicts.  We will also discuss ways to ensure that loving memories are passed down to future generations and how to make this a memory-filled experience and not one to dread. 

Having these conversations early is always best; it is never too early, until it is too late.

Presented by: Carla Sutter, MSW, Director, AzHDR

Thank you to our "Dividing Non-Titled Property" event sponsor. Morgan Stanley

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Carla Sutter

Carla Sutter is the Director, Arizona Healthcare Directives Registry (AzHDR) for Health Current. Ms. Sutter holds her master’s degree in social work and has spent her 30-year career working with organizations who are dedicated to helping clients and families care for themselves and others whose needs are changing due to age or illness. Ms. Sutter has focused on end-of-life tools and conversations and the completion of advance directive documents. Ms. Sutter is the author of “Where Do We Begin: A Guide to Elder caregiving”..

Thank you to our amazing Universal Series Sponsor: The Connie Hillman Family Foundation

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