Uncertainty is an unfortunate reality of life.  However smart people find ways to sail through the crisis-phase. Is there a way to have a secure future and avoid disputes amongst family members? Yes, there is and it is to have a proper will and estate planning document.

Do you want to learn about wills or estate planning? You can join a free virtual Wills & Estate Planning Workshop organized by Samaritan.

Prepare Well for Unexpected

According to estimates, over 50% of people do not have a will or estate planning document. If you pass away without having a will document, then the state provides one for you.

The Samaritan will hold a free workshop on September 24.  It will grant an opportunity for those who do not have a will document to learn many things. People can also learn the importance and process of outlining wishes and financial goals.

Mary Ann Boccolini, the Samaritan president emphasized the fact that individuals must prepare for the unexpected. They must have their personal affairs in order well before a crisis. She also added that professionals will share expert insight into topics via a virtual platform.

They will discuss key concepts and outlining options in clear, concise terms. Boccolini urged that the workshop is not one to be missed.

Raising Awareness

Planned Giving Committee of Samaritan is a Moorestown-based not-for-profit organization. It is hosting a free virtual workshop. The committee comprises of the region’s leading financial advisors. Professionals share expertise to raise awareness about wills and estate planning.

Estate planning attorneys offer valuable information and answer questions, the portal reported.

This virtual workshop is hosted by Samaritan’s Planned Giving Committee. It includes some of the region’s leading financial advisors. They agreed to give their time and expertise to raise awareness about the importance of estate planning.

The virtual workshop will also feature a panel of estate planning attorneys. They will offer valuable information, advice, and answer questions.

Registration for this free virtual workshop by Tuesday, Sept. 22. To register, contact Chris Rollins at 856-552-3287 or CRollins@SamaritanNJ.org. For more information about this event or Samaritan, visit samaritannj.org.

Learn about wills and estate planning from experts.  Register for the workshop before Tuesday, September 22. You can also get more details about the seminar on Samaritannj.org.

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