Topics vary monthly as follows:
January: Peace of Mind Planning for Parents of Minor Children: What You Need to Know to Protect Your Children, Yourself, & Your Stuff
February: What to Do So You Can Really Relax on Your Vacation
March: Spring Cleaning: Dust Off Your Old Wills to Make Sure They'll Still Work
April: Are My Assets Covered?
May: Young Adults' Estate Plans: Basics Everyone Over 18 Needs
June: Keeping the Peace: Managing & Preserving Your Family's Vacation Home
July: Small Business Owners' Estate & Business Succession Plans
August: How to Choose Your Personal Representative, Health Care Agent, and Others
September: Back to School Prep! Peace of Mind Planning for Parents of Minor Children: What You Need to Know to Protect Your Children, Yourself, & Your Stuff
October: Estate Planning for Divorcing & Divorced People
November: You Have a Lot More for Which to Be Thankful Than You Might Think: Learn whether you really just need a simple Will
December: Blending Estate Plans for Blended Families
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"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."
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"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."
"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."
"It was helpful to learn the differences between wills and trusts. Danielle was very direct and provided great handouts."
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