Info session in Chilliwack to help people get their ducks in a row.

Session will help Chilliwack seniors with paperwork plans

The June 25 info session will cover POAs, wills, and more

An upcoming information session with Chilliwack notaries is billed as a way to help people to get their paperwork ducks in a row.

Chilliwack & District Seniors’ Resources Society is hosting a community education session on June 25 covering power of attorney, wills, and representation agreements.

The event runs from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Evergreen Hall in the Slesse Room, with Kim McLandress and Aatif Nanji of Simpson Notaries set to make presentations.

This free info session is geared to caregivers, seniors and their family members.

Attendees are asked to RSVP by calling 604-793-9979.

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