Through a partnership of the Penobscot Nation Tribal Court and Pine Tree Legal Assistance, we are holding a series of free Community Workshops to assist tribal members to protect themselves and their families, plan for future health care decision-making, and determine how their personal property and land interests will be distributed after they pass on.
Collecting the Information to Start Planning & Advance Directives and Powers of AttorneyApril 29, 2018 - 10:00a.m. Penobscot Nation Tribal Court, 6 Dawn Street, Indian Island
This first workshop in the series focuses on helping you collect the information you need to start planning. It also will provide information on powers of attorney and the “advance directive” (also known as a living will), which is a document to tell your doctor and others what medical care you want to receive if you become too sick in the future to tell them what you want.