When you do not know much about estate planning you may not know why it is important. There are those who just assume that things take care of themselves, but this is not really the case. When you do not make the appropriate preparations, your family members will be left behind to pay the price.
When you understand a bit about estate planning you know why you should take action. As you digest more and more information you start to understand some of the intricacies. You may realize that you would be best served by a plan that goes beyond the creation of a simple last will.
As an estate planning and elder law firm we make every effort to provide access to information. The blog posts that we provide on an ongoing basis are part of this effort. We urge you to bookmark this blog and visit often for updates.
In addition to the information provided on this blog we also offer a library of free special reports. These reports delve into numerous different elder law and estate planning topics in significant detail. We have reports covering special needs planning, legacy planning, Medicaid planning, wills, trusts, asset protection, trust administration, and a number of other topics.
Offering information that you can read at your leisure on your computer is part of our initiative, but it is not the only portion. We also offer an ongoing series of seminars that we present out in the community. By doing so we engage people personally as we explain the importance of estate planning in a face-to-face manner.
We have scheduled our first Charlotte area estate planning seminars for 2014. The first one is going to take place on January 14 at 2 PM at South County Regional Library. On the following day we will be at the Matthews Library at the same time. On January 16 our seminar will be held at the SpringHill Suites Ballantyne beginning at 10 AM. On January 18 we will be at the Hampton Inn at Phillips Place in SouthPark, and this seminar will also start at 10 AM.
To view a complete list of these dates simply click this link: January Charlotte Estate Planning Seminars.
We would like to emphasize the fact that the seminars are absolutely free of charge. You do not have to pay to attend, but we do ask that you let us know which seminar you are interested in attending so that we can reserve your seat.
There is a registration button under each seminar that is offered on the schedule page. Simply click the button under the seminar that you want to attend and follow the instructions to register.
We sincerely look forward to seeing you at one of our January seminars!
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