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Conducting Meaningful In-Person Visits Under the New Standards of Practice
May 13 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
* RSVP is required; Zoom link included in the confirmation email and again distributed (by email) the day of the event. Recording of presentation will be available 24 hours after the webinar concludes.
Topic: Conducting Meaningful In-Person Visits Under the New Standards of Practice
WAPG is inaugurating a Webinar Series. We are hoping to conduct a Webinar on a quarterly basis to start, and then more frequently if the interest and participation is there.
We plan to have presentations on various issues related to guardianship/conservator administration and statutory and regulatory interpretation. We also want your in input on issues you would like to see addressed to the Certified Professional Guardianship/Conservatorship Board. In addition, each Webinar will offer an opportunity to discuss specific case issues you may be experiencing with experienced colleagues. Each of the Webinars will include participation by one of more WAPG board members. When possible, we will also be seeking Continuing Education Credits, which will be announced prior to a given Webinar.
About the Speakers:
Mark C. Vohr, CPG, Principal of Ohana Fiduciary Corp.
MARK C. VOHR is a principal with Ohana Fiduciary Corporation, a Washington Chartered Trust company, Certified Professional Guardianship Agency and Professional Fiduciary. Ohana serves as guardians, trustees, attorneys in fact, and probate administrators along with other fiduciary roles. Prior to joining Ohana, Mark was in private law practice for almost 25 years practicing in the areas of Tax, Estate Planning, Guardianship Administration, Probate Administration, Vulnerable Adult Protection Litigation, Power of Attorney Litigation, Guardianship Law and Guardianship and Probate related litigation. Mark received a B.A. degree from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and a J.D. Degree from Albany Law School of Union University. Mark is a member of the Washington State Bar Association and the King County Bar Association. Mark is also a former chair of the King County Bar Association Mandatory Inter-County Title 11.88 Guardian ad Litem Training and Certification Program. Mark has served as a guest speaker for the University of Washington Guardianship Certification Training and is currently serving on the forms committee drafting new state forms to conform the to the new Uniform Guardianship, Conservators, and Other Protective Arrangements Act, RCW 11.130 (UGA)
Karen Klem Newland, CPG, Executive Director, Puget Sound Guardians
KAREN NEWLAND is the Director at Puget Sound Guardians. Karen began her work with PSG in 1996 and has been serving as Executive Director since 2012. She is a graduate of University of Puget Sound as a Business Major, she also earned a Certificate in Fundraising from University of Washington and attended Marquette University Business School. Giving her time and skills in service to the community has been a lifelong passion and continues to be a priority. She has been an active member on a diverse number of boards that empower and improve the community from mental health services, to being an ally to the marginalized to supporting the arts. As the Director of PSG, Karen has the oversight of all client and staff matters.