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Estate Planning Seminar

March 8, 2014          9:00 - 11:30 a.m.register now button
Check-in & Refreshments at 8:30 a.m.
Knollwood Community Church Fellowship Center
Seminar is complimentary - registration is requested
Child care provided

 What You Need to Know About Living Trusts, Wills, Powers of Attorney,
Medical Directives, Guardianship of Minors and More!

This seminar offers the opportunity to learn the immense value and resulting peace of mind of setting up an estate plan.  You’ll learn what constitutes a good plan, as well as the possible consequences of an inadequate one. 

What is an estate plan?
An estate plan addresses what will happen to your assets and to your minor children if you become incapacitated and when you die.  Without a plan, the administration and disposition of your property and the custody of your minor children will be determined by a combination of lawsuits (adults guardianship, intestate probate) and paperwork signed by you at various points in your life when you acquired assets. 

Did you know?
gavel  . 70% of people in Virginia have no will.
  . Getting a will does not equal avoiding probate.
  . Many people do not know what “probate” means and the time/trouble/money
    it can cost.
  . Life insurance you own is subject to the death tax.
  . Only 1 Virginian in 10 has a complete, appropriate, and up-to-date estate plan.
  . Inadequate estate planning is a common cause of estranged relationships among siblings.

Seminar is complimentary to all who would like to attend, but registration is requested.  Child care is available.  Contact Caron Tolton (caron@knoll.org) with any questions about the seminar. 

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Professional Background of Bryan R. Bishop, Facilitator
. Awarded B.A. by Dartmouth College in 1980
. Awarded J.D. by Washington and Lee University School of Law in 1988
. Opened Living Trust Attorney Ltd. as his solo practice of law in 1994
. Has created about 1,500 custom, durable, and portable estate plans based upon living trusts
. Has supervised the administration of over a hundred estates (created by trust or probate)
. Active member of the Virginia State Bar, the Maryland State Bar, the District of Columbia Bar,
  and the United States Supreme Court Bar
. Has presented hundreds of estate planning seminars, to consistently positive reviews