We are excited to announce two educational seminars for clients of financial advisor that we will be hosting on March 12 and March 28. During these seminars, our Grafton estate planning attorneys at Kitzke & Canfield LLC will discuss basic estate planning concepts.
Goals of the Seminar
The seminars are designed to provide valuable information that will help attendees become more confident in their understanding of estate planning matters. Attendees will also walk away from the seminars equipped with tools to help them address basic estate planning problems as they arise.
The seminars will focus on the following topics:
Revocable Living Trusts
Powers of Attorney
About the Facilitator
Grafton estate planning lawyer Bethany Canfield is dedicated to providing individuals the information they need to help them navigate the complexities of the legal system. She understands that individuals are entrusting her with their financial future, and she takes that trust seriously. Ms. Canfield works hard to help individuals avoid making costly legal mistakes that could affect them, their families, and their business. With extensive knowledge in estate planning and tax, Ms. Canfield is able to clearly explain complicated concepts to individuals. Ms. Canfield’s work ethic is unmatched, and she is devoted to addressing an individual’s concern by providing the personalized attention they deserve.
We Are Committed to Helping Individuals Achieve Their Goals
At Kitzke & Canfield LLC, our goal is to help individuals make informed decisions about financial matters to protect their futures. With over 40 years of experience, we have garnered a comprehensive understanding of estate planning, real estate, and business counseling, which allows us to answer questions and find solutions for each individual’s unique situation. We are committed to providing high-quality legal service that helps individuals achieve their goals.
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