Wills vs. Trusts? It’s Not About the Documents . . . It’s About the Results This is truly an educational session. Join us for a thoughtprovoking presentation of the basics of estate planning and discover which plan is right for you and your loved ones. YOU should attend if: ❑ You want to learn about the Federal Estate and Gift Tax law changes. ❑ You want to learn about Virginia’s new Power of Attorney and Advance Medical Directive Laws. ❑ You want to protect the inheritance you leave behind FOR YOUR FAMILY’S use only. ❑ You wish to learn more about PROBATE and how to avoid it. ❑ You have a Will that is more than 3 YEARS OLD or it was created IN ANOTHER STATE. What we will discuss: ❑ How the SECURE Act impacts your estate plan. ❑ The change to Virginia’s Power of Attorney and Health Care Laws (Advance Medical Directive) and their impact on you and your family. WILLs vs. TRUsTs WEBINARs Wednesday, March 3 • 1:00 p.m. Monday, March 8 • 6:00 p.m. Thursday, March 18 • 10:30 a.m. To Register call (804) 285-7900 or Appointments available online or in-person. presented by Bennie A. Wall, Esq., James W. Garrett, Esq., David A. Thornton, Esq. and Jeremy L. Pryor, Esq. ❑ How Probate and unnecessary delays and costs can be avoided. ❑ How to provide for your own care and well-being, and that of your loved ones even if you become mentally incapacitated. ❑ Maximizing total control of your property, your assets and your privacy during life. ❑ The pitfalls of joint ownership, especially with family members. ❑ How you can protect your children’s inheritance from predators, greedy non-family members, and bad marriages. carrell blanton ferris & associates, plc 7275 Glen forest Drive, suite 310 richmond, Va 23226 trUst & estate planninG probate & estate aDMinistration bUsiness planninG elDer laW litiGation

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