Topic: Advance Directives
Advance Directives present a unique set of challenges for lawyers who are experienced in drafting legal documents but who may have little knowledge or experience regarding medical issues. This presentation provides an opportunity to hear from both an estate planning attorney and a medical doctor, in recognition of the dual nature of an Advance Directive as both a legal document and a medical document. The presenters will provide practical advice regarding how best to represent clients’ interests in this important arena, including specific drafting tips for lawyers as well as recommended steps the client should take after signing an Advance Directive.
Dr. Ashley F. Lanzel
Ashley F. Lanzel, MD, MA, ABP Board Certified in General Pediatrics, Pediatric Hematology Oncology, and Hospice and Palliative Medicine, is an Assistant Professor with George Washington School of Medicine and palliative care physician at Children’s National Hospital, where she also serves as the Associate Program Director of the Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship. Dr. Lanzel has a Master of Arts in bioethics and has focused her research on decision-making, communication, palliative oncology, and pediatric palliative ethics
Allison R. Clapp, Esq.
Stewart, Plant & Blumenthal, LLC
Allison R. Clapp, Esq., is a trusts & estates attorney with Stewart, Plant & Blumenthal, LLC, in Baltimore, Maryland. Ms. Clapp specializes in estate planning and estate/trust administration. She is experienced in lifetime planning for incapacity as well as tax-efficient planning for high-net-worth individuals and families. Ms. Clapp is a graduate of Grove City College (summa cum laude) and Georgetown University Law Center (magna cum laude).
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