Life Planning Seminar: Estate Planning Methods for Complex Estates

Maribeth Conway-1Presented by: Maribeth Conway, The Conway Law Firm

When: Tuesday, March 26

Where: Providence Alaska Medical Center, East Auditorium (basement level)

Time: 6:00 -7:30 p.m. – light refreshments will be served.

In order to estimate seating and refreshments, please RSVP to reserve your space for this free seminar: Call 550-8400 or RSVP right now:

The presentation:
We’ll look beyond fundamental estate planning tools and examine strategies to help protect and preserve estates with complicated assets, large and blended families, and other arrangements.

Hosted by:
The U-Med collaborative includes Alaska Public Telecommunications, Inc., Providence Alaska Foundation, University of Alaska Anchorage, and the Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation. We aspire to promote financial well-being and philanthropy to better our community and our state.

Our presenter:

Maribeth Conway represents clients in all types of estate planning matters, ranging from simple wills to complex irrevocable and dynastic trusts, in probate, conservatorship and trust matters, with charitable planning and in business affairs.  She has special expertise in estate, gift and fiduciary tax matters.  Her approach to estate planning is to evaluate her client’s personal goals and financial situation and develop a customized plan for them based on their specific requirements.

In practice since 1994, Ms. Conway is a member of the Alaska, Oregon and Washington State Bar Associations, the American Bar Association, the Anchorage Bar Association, the Estate Planning and Probate Section of the Alaska Bar Association, the Anchorage Estate Planning Council, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, and the Anchorage Association of Women Lawyers.  She is admitted to practice law in the Alaska, Oregon and Washington state courts, the United States District Courts for Alaska, Oregon and Washington, in the United States District Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and in the United States Supreme Court.

Ms. Conway serves on the Executive Committee and as Co-Chair of the Estate Planning and Probate Section of the Alaska Bar Association.

Ms. Conway was born and raised in Anchorage and is a fourth generation Alaskan. She is also a descendent of a patriot of the American Revolution and member the Daughters of the American Revolution.  Together with her husband and son, she makes her home in Anchorage and is active in cross-country skiing and hiking in her “spare time.”

Upcoming presentations:

  • “Defining Your Legacy & Teaching Philanthropy” May 8, UAA – a panel discussion with Susan Foley, Foley and Foley & Laurie Wolf, Foraker Group.


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