Join this FREE webinar to learn important information about being a Trustee and Power of Attorney!
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This webinar is no longer available to the general public. We encourage you to check out our shortened webinar for Trustees! For more information, visit us:
https://hayeslawfirm.easywebinar.live/registration-wtdwlod-part2 (WTDWLOD Part 2 - Trust Administration)
(Full Online Course - Trustee & POA Training School)
Do your loved ones know what to do with your estate plan in case of sudden death or emergency?
We are offering a one-of-a-kind workshop designed for you, your family, and anyone involved with your estate plan. We encourage all Successor Trustees, Executors, and Power of Attorney agents to attend this webinar! Attendees will learn about the various components of your estate plan, the roles that various people will play, and what information they will need to perform their duties.
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This topic is too important to put aside. We strongly encourage you to have everyone appointed in your estate plan attend this FREE "Training School" webinar!
The Hayes Law Firm
The Hayes Law Firm focuses its practice in the areas of elder law, probate, wills, trusts, and Medi-Cal Benefits Planning. The Hayes Law Firm is a member of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys, which has been recognized as a top legal source by Money Magazine and Suze Orman.
Founder, William K. Hayes, has over 30+ years of experience as an estate planning attorney and frequently holds seminars on estate planning and elder law issues. His articles & publications have appeared on local and national news sources discussing the importance of estate planning & avoiding probate.
The Hayes Law Firm - Customer and Attendee Testimonials
"We didn't know anything about the living will and trust when we went to the Estate Planning Workshop, but everything he said made sense. He truly helped us understand how creating an Estate Plan would benefit us and our children"
"The workshop was easy to understand. You could tell [William Hayes] was a good listener and understood the concerns of the people attending the webinar."