Peace of Mind Planning - "What parents of young children need to know to protect their children, their families, themselves, and their stuff."™
what's at risk without an estate plan,
why it matters so much for parents of young children,
how our estate plans differ from our parents',
what the alternatives are including differences between a simple will & a trust,
how to tell which type of plan & lawyer is best for your family, &
what steps you can take to get started right away.
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send an email to email@example.com
or call (781) 740-0848 x.5
Here is some of the feedback we've heard
from recent DGVE law workshop participants:
"Estate planning is important! The time and location were convenient and the delivery was spot-on! It was personal, timed well, full of relevant information, and thought-provoking." - H.M.
"The workshop was very informative and we learned a lot about the various aspects of estate planning. The atmosphere was relaxed, friendly, and informal. Danielle spoke to us intelligently; she didn't speak down to us." -Anonymous
"It was helpful to learn the differences between wills and trusts. Danielle was very direct and provided great handouts." - Anonymous
"We learned how truly important estate planning is. Danielle provided smart, sharp examples. I would definitely recommend that my friends, family, and colleagues attend a future DGVE law workshop." - Anonymous
"As a mom, this information was not only 'good to know', but 'essential'! I learned just how important it is to have our desires for our family 'legally' laid out." - C.D.
"Keep doing this. Best workshop I've been to!" -E.D.
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