The Atashi Rang Law Firm PC has partnered with David Enemark, Certified Financial Planner, of Morgan Stanley to present a free workshop: Estate Planning for Parents with Young Children.
When: November 16, 2016 at 6 PM to 8 PM
Learn about the basics of an estate plan, nominating guardians, creating health care directives and incapacity planning. You will find out the difference between a will and a trust, the best way to protect your estate for your children and more.
Light refreshments and appetizers will be served.
Where: 1001 Page Mill Road, Building 4, Suite 101, Palo Alto, CA 94304
How do I RSVP? Email Staff@arp-law.com or call (415) 398-7275 and ask for Amanda Ewing-Rice.
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