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Estate Planning Seminar

Estate Planning Seminar

The ongoing pandemic brought to light the need for a comprehensive estate plan in the event of unplanned death or incapacity. About two thirds of Americans  have no plan, and those that think their plan will work are often incorrect because they actually have a set of legal documents that will require a judge to interpret. As a result, families routinely find themselves with difficult decisions and a lengthy legal battel at the worst possible time. If you have no plan or one that will fail, a court will eventually decide everything: how to pay your debts, where your assets go, and even who will care for your children.

There is a better way, but you must act before it is too late. This educational seminar teaches how you can create the foundation for a personalized plan that protects your legacy, preserves your family wealth, and gives you peace of mind that those closest to you, as well as yourself, will be cared for consistent with your wishes. When it matters most, your loved ones will stay out of court and out of conflict and family harmony will be preserved. We show you how your legacy can last for generations, and your heirs can have the benefit of your wisdom long after you are gone.

Date:
Saturday, March 6, 2021
Time:
10:30am - 11:30am
Library Branch:
Virtual Event
Audience:
  Adults     Older Adults  

Registration is required. There are 34 seats available.

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