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8 Mistakes of a Power of Attorney

  • Wednesday, June 16, 2021
  • 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom. Link will be sent with reminder.
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  • The cost of attending this event is included in the Gold Membership.
  • Individual, student, and retiree members are able to attend this event at a reduced fee.

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The APA is very excited to host Elizabeth Martini from Martini Legal LLC for a one hour CE presentation.

This topic is very important for anyone working in the healthcare industry, and will explore the importance of naming a Power of Attorney, as well as some ethical dilemmas that may arise in decision making.

This seminar is one hour of Ethics CE Credits for Social Workers and Counselors.
Nurses will be given a certificate to present to your board for credit.

About the Presenter
Elizabeth (Liz) Martini, Owner & Managing Partner, Martini Legal LLC

Liz’s love of the law began early while attending junior high at Forest Elementary when she discovered a business law handbook in her school’s library during study hall. The rest, as they say, is history. She graduated from University of Cincinnati College of Law and was a cum laude graduate of Ohio Northern University.

Liz spent 30 years of her legal career advising and representing 2 large corporations. She recently launched her own law firm to continue helping businesses resolve problems and achieve success. She also helps families and couples with their estate planning needs.

Liz gives advice tailored to a practical approach. She was recently honored as a “Wise Woman of the Year” by Deloitte.

Outside of her work at Martini Legal, Liz is active in her community as a member of the Western Hills Community Service Club and Northwest Exchange Club. She served on the Board of Directors of the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati for eight years and as Branch Board Chair of Gamble-Nippert YMCA. 

Other notable achievements including running the Boston Marathon, winning the Hardin County Spelling Bee 2 years in a row in 7th and 8th grade, and runner-up in the Greek Week Pizza Eating Contest at Ohio Northern.

Liz lives in Westwood with her husband, 2 rescue dogs, and a cat. She has 3 grown children who live in the area. She lives within walking distance (2 miles) of her office.

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