Many young families may think that they do not have enough assets to do any estate planning. One of your biggest assets might be standing right there before you, your children. You may have given thought to who could care for your children in the event something happened to you. However, the real question is, “have you prepared the paperwork necessary to grant them the legal power to take over in the event you were unable to care for your children?” During this program we will discuss why it is so important for families with young children to do estate planning and things to think about when choosing a Guardian for your children.
Join online at https://bit.ly/ACLestateplanning or call 253-215-8782 to attend by phone. Meeting ID: 853 7587 3515 & Passcode: 205558
This is the latest installment in a series of programs focused on estate planning. Each one covers the basics to provide a useful foundation before going into greater depth on a particular topic. Here is the remaining schedule:
- Tues., February 21:
Estate Planning After Divorce
- Tues., March 14
Estate Planning After Remarriage