Wills: The Importance of Having a Plan Seminar
A 2016 Gallop poll indicated that 55% of Americans don’t have a will. A will should be a fundamental part of being an adult – passing away without one puts unnecessary strain on your loved ones. Creating a will is an essential first step in estate planning. Take that first step at Texell’s seminar – Wills: The Importance of Having a Plan.
After you attend this seminar, you will:
- Understand important factors when planning for your estate
- Have a completed Power of Attorney and healthcare directive
- Have the resources and knowledge to create your own will
- Be presented with a free planner to gather the information necessary to create a will
When: Saturday, June 23, 2018
Where: Holiday Inn
5247 S. General Bruce Drive, Temple
Cost: $10 – and exclusively for Texell members
This seminar will be presented by Matthew G. Wright and Sharon Diaz. Matthew Wright is a licensed Attorney in Federal and State courts of Missouri and Texas. In 2011 he was the nation’s top young non-profit lawyer per the American Bar Association. He serves on staff at Texas A&M School of Law and Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business. Matthew currently serves as the Presiding Judge over two local courts and is a member of the Supreme Court of the United States Bar.
Sharon Diaz is a licensed attorney in Federal and State courts of Texas. Ms. Diaz’s primary fields of practice are criminal defense, family law, and mediation. She uses her social work background as a former CPS Investigator to assist families in navigating the court system and coming to the best resolution for their futures. She was awarded the MacLean-Boulware Law Fellowship by Texas A&M Law in recognition of her ethical and high moral character. Sharon is a member of the Supreme Court of the United States Bar.
Seating is limited!