You may have heard friends talking about the estate planning seminar that they went to, or seen a flyer in the mail or newspaper and thought to yourself: “That sounds like a good idea, but is it really worth it?”
The answer is YES!
We at Sinclair Prosser Law believe that education and information is the first step to putting together a comprehensive estate plan. We find that procrastination is the number one reason people do not do estate planning. They either procrastinate because the issues are difficult to deal with, such as death, disability, and taxes, or because they do not know where to start and what questions to ask. By attending an estate planning seminar you are able to listen to an experienced professional address all of these concerns with you. Our seminars are about one and one-half hours, and they provide an overview of estate planning techniques, pitfalls, effective strategies, Medicaid and long term care planning issues, as well as address any burning questions you may have.
At the end of the seminar you are welcome to schedule a free consultation with an estate planning attorney to discuss your goals and concerns regarding your estate plan. The free consultation is a fantastic way to get all of your questions answered and find some clarity on the most difficult issues you may be facing. Your attorney will first ask you questions about family and assets, and then allow you to ask questions and talk through goals. After all of the information is gathered, the attorney will make a recommendation to you as to what is the best plan to meet your goals.
As a result, in order to get your affairs in order and stop procrastinating, it is certainly worth your time to attend a free estate planning seminar where you can learn about different strategies and options, as well as have a free consultation with an experienced estate planning attorney to discuss your unique situation.
We invite you to attend an upcoming estate planning seminar to arm yourself with the knowledge to make informed decisions when setting up your estate plan. You can find more information about our law firm and our upcoming seminar schedule on our website at https://spgasior.com/seminars/ or by calling our office at (410) 573-4818 or (301) 970-8080.
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