Ever wanted to participate in a discussion with others about estate planning issues? Here’s your chance…and you can do it from the comfort and safety of your own home!
Join us on Tuesday, September 22, 2020 at 7:00 PM for an informal online virtual discussions, where Jack will share his 50+ years of experience working with families and the sensitive topics that you may have thought about but never said out loud. On the next Fireside Chat, we plan to cover the following topics:
- Should I discuss my estate plan with my children (and grandchildren) now?
- Should I discuss my funeral and burial arrangements with my family?
- Will it create friction in my family if I choose just one of them to be in charge of my affairs after I’m gone?
- How do I make sure my family stays together after I’m gone?
Come and participate—or just listen and be anonymous—but be a part of these once-in-a-lifetime group discussions and learn from others. If you are comfortable doing so, we also invite you to share your own experiences. Or you can just type in your questions and listen to the discussion. Our goal is to try and build a community where free and open discussions are welcomed in these trying times.
We also want to encourage you to invite a friend or family member to join the discussion. Remember what M. Russel Ballard stated, “Great things are brought about and burdens are lightened through the efforts of many hands anxiously engaged in a good cause.” Each attendee that “brings” a guest will be entered into a drawing to receive a free signed copy of Jack’s most recent book!!!
If you are new to Zoom or just not sure if you will be able to navigate the program, don’t let that stop you from attending!!! After you register, you will receive detailed instructions on how to access Zoom, chat in the chat bar, turn on and off your camera, raise your hand and rename your profile. Also, if you would prefer a “test run” on Zoom, please feel free to call our office and we will be more than happy to set up a time to help you learn the ins and outs of Zoom.
Bring your cookies and coffee!
“See” you soon.