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Learn what every parent needs to know... Register for our upcoming free presentation and we'll share with you the three biggest fears when it comes to doing this important legal planning, what happens to children and other loved ones when there is no planning or when the planning has missing pieces, and exactly what the process is and how much it costs (no holds barred).
Estate Planning 101
Don’t Leave Your Family At Risk! Stop putting it off! Keep your loved ones out of court and out of conflict by getting a current Will or Trust in place. (The people you love are worth the time it will take for you to do it right.)
1. Why you need an estate plan, even if you aren’t rich. (And, how it may be even more important for families of modest means)
2. The 3 things your estate plan must include to keep your money out of the hands of the government.
3. How often your Will or Trust needs to be reviewed and updated to ensure they work and don’t become a pile of expensive, and useless, paper in your desk drawer or bookshelf.
4. What estate planning should cost and who pays the cost of a “too cheap” plan.
5. And more!
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Light refreshments will be provided for all, and adult supervision will be available for the kids!
144 Landa St
New Braunfels, TX 78130
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Davidek Law, PLLC
1295 E Common St
New Braunfels, TX 78130
(830) 515 - 5854
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