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Estate Planning Seminar

13

October

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

NO CHARGE TO ATTEND!

SCA Community Association Building

277 Strathcona Dr SW, Calgary, AB T3H 2A4

Founders Room

Seating is limited, so sign up today!

Worried about your legacy and how it will affect your loved ones? Do you have an estate plan in place that both considers your individual goals and is designed to maintain family harmony? Without the proper planning, you could leave your assets completely vulnerable to unintended consequences.

 

The estate planning process can be overwhelming without knowledge and guidance. Fortunately, this free, informational seminar is designed to pass on a wealth of information to help create an estate plan with confidence.

Course description:

​You’ll leave this seminar having learned how to preserve and enhance the value of your estate, when you should make/review your will, how to choose an executor, opportunities for tax deferral or minimization, what probate is and MORE!

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Our goal is to empower you to take and maintain control of your assets to create an estate plan you feel good about. This seminar is a must-attend for Canadians who want more information regarding estate planning. By creating a strategic plan, you can set yourself up to leave a legacy that reflects your goals, beliefs, and values.

 

Don’t miss out on a chance to learn from experts, get your questions answered and walk away with information that will help you make informed decisions pertaining to your estate plan.

Join us on Wednesday, October 13th from 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM at the SCA Community Association Building for this informational seminar.

 

There is no charge to attend!

COVID-19 Precautions: The health and safety of our attendees, hosts, and general public is our number one priority. All of our live events will adhere to all local and venue-specific precautions and guidelines including, but not limited to social distancing, mask usage, sanitation, and capacity limitations.