Estate Planning is For Everyone:
What People in Their 30s and 40s Need to Know

Presented By:
Attorney Tovah Mitchell, from Mitchell Law Group, PLLC


Friday, September 18, 2015
Registration & Seating - 1:00 - 1:30 PM
Seminar - 1:30 - 3:00 PM

NC Wesleyan College
4426 S. Miami Blvd.
Durham, North Carolina 27703

The term "Estate Planning" can be misleading. It can bring to mind huge mansions and millions in stock one enjoys in old age. However, one’s “estate” is really just the collection of all his or her financial and personal interests. Leaving advanced instructions for what to do with your assets in case you can no longer control them, be it millions or personal valuables, can do a great service for your surviving family.

Along with typical future-looking actions like buying a house, contributing to a retirement account, getting married and having kids, there are some relatively easy actions that can be taken to further solidify your family's well-being in case tragedy strikes. Youth isn’t a reason to put off things like making a will or executing a power of attorney- rather it should be seen as an opportunity to do some planning for your life before life gets more complicated.

Tovah Mitchell is an attorney licensed to practice in North Carolina and can provide advice about the planning for families of all ages.

For more information contact:
Mitchell Law Group, PLLC