Mount Laurel, NJ – More than 50 percent of people do not have a will or estate planning document. If you are one of those people, if you pass away without a will, the state will provide one for you.
Learn the importance of outlining your wishes and financial goals at Samaritan’s free virtual Wills & Estate Planning Workshop on Thursday, September 24 beginning at 5:30 p.m.
“Now more than ever, individuals must prepare for the unexpected and have personal affairs in order well before a crisis strikes,” explains Mary Ann Boccolini, president/CEO of Samaritan. “As we shift to a virtual platform, this panel of professionals will provide expert insight into the topics of wills and estate planning, addressing key concepts and outlining options in clear, concise terms. The combined knowledge and expertise our panelists ensures that this year’s workshop is not one to be missed.”
This virtual workshop is hosted by Samaritan’s Planned Giving Committee, which is comprised of some of the region’s leading financial advisors who volunteer their time and expertise to raise awareness about the importance of estate planning. It will feature a panel of estate-planning attorneys who will offer valuable information and advice as well as answer any questions. Panelists include:
Registration for this free virtual workshop is required by Tuesday, September 22 – to register, contact Chris Rollins at 856-552-3287 or CRollins@SamaritanNJ.org.