Living an Orderly Life get Professional Tips on November 16, 2016

Living  an Orderly Life

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

1:00-2:30 PM

Collier County Sheriff’s Office Professional Training Center

615 3rd Ave Naples, Fl 34102

Living an Orderly Life is about making a plan, a blue print on how to optimize your circumstances. Planning ahead prevents poor decision making under duress and enables the most favorable outcomes to the areas of your life that are most important


Hear what local professionals have to say on these important topics


 cynthia-bock-hi-resCynthia Bock, Esq

Partner, Akerman LLP

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Cynthia Bock is a partner with the law firm of Akerman LLP in its Naples, Florida office.  Cynthia’s practice is focused on estate planning, estate and trust administration, probate, estate and gift tax planning, charitable planning and forming and advising nonprofit organizations. Cynthia is admitted to practice in Florida and New York and before the United States Tax Court. Cynthia holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of New Orleans, a Master of Science in Nonprofit Management from The New School University, a Juris Doctorate, summa cum laude, from New York York Law School, and a Masters of Law in taxation from New York University School of Law. Cynthia is a Master Scuba Diver and avid orchid enthusiast.

Sandra Lee BuxtonSandra Lee Buxton

RN BSN MA  Health Care Advocate,  Licensed Healthcare Risk Manager

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Sandra Lee Buxton has worked for 30 years in the business of Healthcare Administration. This experience encompasses Acute, Chronic and Long Term Care. Specialties include Memory and eating disorders, chemical dependency and Psychiatry. The last 10 years have been in Home Healthcare Administration specializing in program development especially in the Healthcare Advocacy role. Sandra Lee and her husband Reg are active in the community and both own the magazine Life in Naples.

sonia-photoSonia M. Diaz, Esq Partner, Colemann Hazzard & Taylor, P.A. Attorneys at Law

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Sonia M. Diaz focuses her practice on litigation and dispute resolution. She represents businesses and individuals in a variety of matters, including but not limited to commercial landlord-tenant litigation, construction defect and lien litigation, complex real estate and personal property disputes, labor and employment disputes, probate litigation, business torts and general contract litigation, both at the trial and appellate levels. Sonia is “AV Preeminent® Peer Review Rated” by Martindale-Hubbell®, the highest rating an attorney can receive for their professional ethics and legal ability by their peers. She received her bachelor’s and law degrees from the University of Florida. Sonia is a Past President of the Collier County Bar Association (2014/2015), a member of the Collier County Women’s Bar Association, and was honored with the 2015 Leaders in the Law Award from the Florida Association of Women Lawyers. Sonia is a member of the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce Leadership Collier Class of 2012, is active with the Leadership Collier Alumni Association, and serves on the Board of Directors of Grace Place for Children and Families.

sd3a9942-1Lynn A. Ferraina Financial Advisor Ciccarelli Advisory Services, Inc

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Putting your house in order

Aligning goals to finances

Protecting your treasure chest

Building a team

Lynn A. Ferraina is a financial advisor and partner with Ciccarelli Advisory Services, a family-focused wealth management firm in Florida and New York.  Lynn provides personalized service and lifelong financial guidance to her clients. She is especially focused on assisting her clients with major transitions in their lives – facilitating the estate settlement process for a client who has lost a spouse or parent, helping a recent retiree prepare for retirement life, or showing people how to navigate the red tape when they relocate to Florida.  Lynn’s strong empathy for her clients’ needs enables her to assist them at all stages of their lives: not only the good times, but also the difficult times.

william-mcdonaldCommander William McDonald Collier County Sheriff’s Office

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Commander William McDonald began his career with the Collier County Sheriff’s Office in January of 1988. He started as a Patrol Deputy and completed assignments in Criminal Investigations and Narcotics Investigations along with serving as a Patrol Sergeant, District Lieutenant, Special Operation Commander and Patrol Division Commander. Commander McDonald is currently assigned to the Community Outreach Department where he oversees the agency’s Community Relations, Crime Prevention, Victim Services, Senior Services, Minority Affairs, Volunteer and Auxiliary components. Commander McDonald is a graduate of Barron Collier High School and holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Management from International College. Commander McDonald is a past member of the Hodges University Criminal Justice Advisory Board and AMI Kids – Big Cypress board of trustees.




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