Planning for Your Loved Ones - Estate Planning Conversation and Q&A
Sunday, January 10th, 2021 | 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Thank you to everyone who joined us for this event!
About this event
As you think about end of life planning, there are so many questions that come to mind. What do you really need in order to keep your family conflict free when something happens to you? What are the key things you need to do now to ensure your loved ones will know what to do in an emergency?
In this workshop, we will cover the 3 biggest lessons every family should know when it comes to estate planning regardless of age or the amount of assets you have. We will create our own list of priorities and learn key action steps you can take today to accomplish your estate planning goals. Have minor children? We will discuss how to properly choose both emergency and permanent guardians for your kids and how to safely leave money or assets to them (this includes minor beneficiaries such as nieces, nephews, and grandchildren). Following the conversation, there will be an opportunity to ask questions.
If you already have a plan but aren’t sure if it will work for your family when they need it, this will help you determine just that. See how you can put in place a plan for peace. Because your family deserves it!
Sarah Breiner is a licensed attorney and the founder of Breiner Law Firm which includes a physical office in Minnesota as well as virtual offices in Georgia and Kansas. Having the virtual firms already in place allowed the MN office to launch virtual practice literally overnight when Covid hit! In a nod to her warm and personable style of estate planning, she goes by “The Legal Mama”, but before starting her own legal business, Sarah was a managing partner in a large law firm practice.
Along with helping over 250 families to date with their estate planning, Sarah is an avid gardener, mom of two, and lives with her husband, kids, 2 dogs, and 3 chickens in the Southwest Metro.
About the Learn @ Lakewood Series
Learn @ Lakewood is a series of events that explore topics associated with death, dying and remembering. These workshops and seminars invite diverse perspectives and shine fresh light on meaningful subjects that haven't always been easy to talk about.
This event will take place over Zoom. An email will be sent to all participants prior to the online event which will include the materials needed for the experience, as well as the Zoom Link, and rules for entering the event.
If you do not have video capabilities, a phone number and instructions will be provided for you to call to attend the event with audio only.
Questions? Call the Lakewood events line at 612-540-5165 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Lakewood Heritage Foundation
This event is free however we invite you to make a donation to the Lakewood Heritage Foundation. Donations to the Lakewood Heritage Foundation support educational programming and the preservation and restoration of Lakewood’s landscape, art, architecture and public spaces—for the benefit of all.
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