Ms. Pringles is a frequent speaker and presenter on areas of estate planning, special needs law and advocacy. Frequent topics include:
- Estate Planning
- Special Needs Planning
To request a workshop or presentation, please use the form below or call 1-802-778-0306.
Upcoming Workshops and Presentations:
PREPARING YOUR ESTATE PLAN
September 12th, 6- 8pm at Cafe Anna, Vermont College of Fine Arts, College Hall, 36 College Street in Montpelier.
Please join estate planning attorney, Claudia Pringles, and financial advisor, Kristin Dearborn, for a presentation on estate planning.
Topics will include:
- Protecting your self and your loved ones
- Avoiding Probate
- Rejection your state-made estate plan
- Incapacity Planning
To ensure we have enough materials for everyone, please RSVP 802-223-1617.
An Evening of Thrills, Chills, and Probate-Related Horror!
What happens when estate planning goes wrong? Join us for a night of excitement and enlightenment as Attorney Claudia Pringles discusses the terrifying topic of probate through an entertaining workshop. How can you prevent leaving a legacy of chaos for your loved ones? Find out Thursday, June 6th from 5pm to 7pm at Highland Lodge‘s cozy House Bar & Kitchen, 1608 Craftsbury Road, Greensboro, VT 05841. Free workshop, with food and drink available for purchase. Don’t miss out, this event will be to die for… For more information, please contact Shelby at 802-778-0306, ext 3, or via our contact page. To reserve your seat, please click here.
Starting April 9th, 2019 will be a six-week Estate Planning Course in Montpelier, Vermont. Please contact us for more information. Update: This course is at capacity. Please contact the Montpelier Senior Activity Center to be added to the wait list.
April 3, 2019: A Special Needs Planning workshop at the Vermont Family Network Annual Conference at the Double Tree Hotel in S. Burlington. Click here for more information and to register.
January 8, 2019
Securing Your Estate and Your Independence: An Attorney’s Recommendation
Montpelier Attorney Claudia I. Pringles presents an overview of some of the key questions and concerns seniors need to keep in mind as they plan for their own futures and for the transfer of responsibility to their loved ones. Attorney Pringles also identifies estate-planning errors that can have disastrous consequences as well as how to avoid such problems.
This course is at capacity. Please contact the Montpelier Senior Activity Center to be added to the wait list.
To request a workshop or presentation, please use the form below or call 1-802-778-0306, ext 3.