[Parentsgroup-list] Free estate planning class (how to create a last will)

Huang, Yi-An yhuang at mba2013.hbs.edu
Tue Jul 3 15:29:43 EDT 2012

Hi all,
I'm working at a startup (lexspot.com<http://lexspot.com/>) that is holding a free class on estate planning on Wednesday, July 11 from 6:30-7:30pm at Harvard Business School (125 Western Ave., Allston).  Less than 50% of Americans have a will, and the class will cover why this is important and how to create a will.

We're starting to think about longer term planning now that our son is almost a year old, and anybody is welcome to join!

More information below and signup is here: http://bit.ly/EstatePlanningClass

If you have any questions, you can also email me!



About this Class
Nobody likes thinking about sad possibilities.  But if something unfortunate were to happen to you, is it clear what would happen to your family?

Less than 50% of Americans have an estate plan (more commonly referred to as a "will").  It's a common misconception that only the rich need a will.  We will all pass on, and the reality is WE want to decide what will happen to our assets, our family, and our children.  And if we don't have a legal will, we won't be deciding.  It will be the government, or a judge, or a lawyer, applying a one-size-fits-all rule  or guessing at what our unknown intentions might have been.  In the end, a will is a "need to do," not a "nice to do."

This free session is hosted by two of the country's top estate planning experts.  They will walk you through the basic why's and how's of setting up a proper will.  It's the kind of advice that would ordinarily cost you hundreds, in a open environment where you can ask questions and receive answers.  Join us in investing in clarity and peace for your family's future.

Yi-An Huang
Harvard | Business | School
MBA Candidate, Class of 2013
yhuang at mba2013.hbs.edu |617.529.9616

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