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Judge Elinore Marsh Stormer to speak at Brentwood for lunch and learn

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Published: June 10, 2019

AKRON––Judge Stormer will speak at Brentwood Health Care Center, 907 W. Aurora Rd, Northfield on Thursday, June 13 from noon – 2 p.m.  Lunch will be served. 

Judge stormer will clarify if you really need to “avoid probate?”  The answer may not be what you expect.  Other topics will include the many services provided by the Probate Court to all Summit County residents.

“It is very important that you make “all” your wishes known both in writing and in conversations,” said Judge Stormer. “The probate court helps your loved ones facilitate your wishes utilizing important documents such as wills, advanced directives and powers of attorney.” 

Those interested must RSVP to 330-468-2273 by June 10. 

The judge will clearly explain the importance of advanced directives at all ages.  Also, guardianships will be discussed which includes the different types and the process for adults who may need extra care due to a decline in cognitive or physical abilities, or those who are developmentally disabled.  Probate Court is the superior guardian of over 2,200 people in Summit County. 

Judge Stormer or one of the magistrates from Summit County Probate Court can answer your questions and discuss the many services provided to our Summit County residents at your event. 

Speaking engagements are provided free of charge. 

The court will work with you to find a time and design a program that best fits your setting and situation.  Contact Lisa Mansfield at 330-643-7346 or at lmansfield@summitohioprobate.com.

 


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