Susan D. Nattrass Estate Planning Attorney Announces Free Seminar on Living Trust

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A Living Trust can eliminate the costs and time involved in a probate and will protect your estate if you become incapacitated by avoiding a conservatorship. This means your estate will be managed as you see fit, not as a court-appointed conservator sees fit. To find out more about the benefits of Estate Planning, register for this free Living Trust Seminar. Register now, space is limited.

Join us March 20th at 4:00 p.m. for a free seminar and learn about the use of Living Trusts in Estate Planning. We will review of the use of Living Trusts, and the need to coordinate insurance and retirement assets with the rest of your Estate Plan. Avoiding probate and living Wills will also be discussed.

If you own a home or you have assets worth at least $100,000, you owe it to yourself, and your family, to get the facts on proper Estate Planning. A simple Will offers only limited protection. A Will goes through probate, which means your family may not be able to take possession of your estate for many months, or even years!

Proper Estate Planning avoids the pitfalls of probate and insures that your estate actually goes to those individuals or charities you wish. Plus, without proper planning your estate may owe substantial estate taxes if your estate exceeds $2,000,000.

A Living Trust can eliminate the costs and time involved in a probate and will protect your estate if you become incapacitated by avoiding a conservatorship. This means your estate will be managed as you see fit, not as a court-appointed conservator sees fit.

To find out more about the benefits of proper Estate Planning, Register now, space is limited. Call 760-650-4021

About Susan D. Nattrass
Susan D. Nattrass is a lawyer, entrepreneur and business advisor devoted to Estate and Business Entity planning. Her law practice focuses on the protection and disposition of client assets. Additionally, she advises on business entity formation including forming and operating California and Nevada limited liability companies (llc), corporations and partnerships. She most enjoys establishing and maintaining relationships with her clientele.

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