Estate Planning Workshop
Past, Present and Future: Planning in Times of Uncertainty
*Presented by Elizabeth Noble Rollings Friman, Elder Law Attorney*
In this 60-minute workshop, Elizabeth Friman will explain the importance of estate planning and how to begin. She will describe how you can ensure your future legacy accurately reflects your wishes for family and community.
“Life can change quickly and the pandemic has reminded all of us that it is good to be prepared for the unexpected.”
Since its beginnings 40 years ago, bequests and other estate gifts have provided vital support for the Tucson Botanical Gardens. In this way, our donors’ legacies appear in every program – horticulture, Butterfly Magic, youth education, exhibitions, expansion, and so much more.
Those who notify the Gardens of their intent to include the Tucson Botanical Gardens in wills or estate plans are recognized with membership in the Penstemon SocietySign Up For This Class
This is a FREE workshop courtesy of Tucson Botanical Gardens.
The workshop will take place in-person in the Porter Hall Gallery here at the Gardens.
Time: 4pm - 5:15
Class availability limitations: None
Elizabeth Noble Rollings Friman
Elizabeth Noble Rollings Friman is a Principal of Fleming & Curti, a Tucson law firm that specializes in Elder Law. Her practice focuses on trust administration, probate, guardianship, conservatorship, and estate planning. Elizabeth is also a member and incoming Chair of the Arizona State Bar Probate & Trust Executive Council. In addition to other professional leadership roles, she serves on the boards of several local nonprofit organizations.