Simple Wills and More – Protect Your Family & Build a Legacy of Love
Learn what simple wills and more do to protect your family and help you build a legacy of love: clarify who you want to act on your behalf; prepare for your possible incapacity; ensure your assets go to your chosen beneficiaries with protections for those who are not financially mature; and leave a legacy of love – so much more than your money – your history, values, traditions, etc.
September 22, 2019 – 11am – 4:30pm – Arts in the Park – Highland Park Art Festival and Street Fair
Visit my booth at the Highland Park Arts in the Park and Street Fair! Three blocks of vendors, activities, arts and crafts in Downtown Highland Park. Stop by my booth for some combination of entering a raffle for $100 gift certificate for Over the Moon Toys (based in Highland Park), Balloon Art for a donation to the Highland Park Community Food Pantry, coloring station for kids, information on estate planning, chat with me, ask questions, sign up for my newsletter or a free book, etc. I look forward to seeing you there!
Between 5th Ave and 2nd Ave on Raritan Ave. I will post to Facebook my booth location when I find out!
Plan Your Own Event!
Mom’s (&/or Dad’s) Groups – New babies groups, toddler play groups, any group with parents and kids – I am happy to speak even if your kids are there! I keep this kind of presentation to about 20 minutes plus time for questions.
Organizations, Clubs, PTO/PTA – I am available to speak to your organization, club, or class about wills, trusts, medical/healthcare powers of attorney, financial powers of attorney, planning for incapacity, dealing with dividing up personal belongings, helping preserve family relationships, and leaving a legacy.
Wine & Cheese Evening – Your house, your friends, wine & cheese – find out what you need to know to protect your family, plan your legacy, and enrich your life.
Protecting Your Young Adult Children – Heading off to College & Beyond – Do you have a child that’s turned 18 years old and is heading off to college? Or a child already in college? Once 18 your child is legally an adult and you no longer have the legal right to access their health care, school, or banking records without their permission. Do you want to be able to help them in a medical crisis? Do you want to be able to help them with a problem with a financial account, landlord issue, etc.? Find out what to do in this free presentation.