2024 Annual Seminar

Date: Tuesday, May 14, 2024
Time: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Location: Hemmingson Auditorium, Gonzaga University

Speakers Include:

Ronda Larson Kramer

Presentation Title: Long-Term Care Planning for Estate Planning Clients

Ronda Larson Kramer has practiced law in the Puget Sound region since 2001. She is a member of the WSBA’s Elder Law Section; King County Bar Association’s Guardianship and Elder Law Section; and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA). She is VA accredited, and she is a board member of Senior Services for South Sound. She received her JD, master of tax laws (LL.M.), and a Master of Urban Planning (MUP) from the University of Washington. In her free time, she enjoys working on her family’s stewardship forest, and recently she has put her MUP to use for the first time to prevent a development that would pave over adjacent forestland in violation of the state’s growth management laws.


Bruce Moen


I have been in private practice in Washington since 1976.  My practice has been limited to estate administration and estate litigation for approximately 35 years.  I have administered literally hundreds of estates and participated in related litigation. I have lectured at legal seminars sponsored by the Washington State Bar Association, the King County Bar Association, and the National Business Institute and authored over 60 articles for legal seminars. The Court of Appeals referred to me as an “acknowledged expert in the field of the administration of trusts, guardianships, and estates” and based their holding upon my testimony in an unpublished opinion.


Samantha Potter


I am a member of the National End of Life Doula Alliance (NEDA),  the National Home Funeral Alliance (NHFA), and the Institute for the Study of Birth, Breath, and Death. I volunteer for End of Life Washington in two capacities. (1) As a Volunteer Ambassador, doing speaking engagements on advanced planning for end of life wishes and Washington's Death with Dignity statute. (2) As a Volunteer Client Advisor, assisting Washington residents through the logistics of using the Death with Dignity statute, and when requested am there to mix and pass them the final meds on their chosen date of ingestion, to relieve the loved ones of carrying the memory of handing over the medication. 

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