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WEBINAR – Intentionalism in Estate Planning: Achieving Perfection for Your Legacy


Greetings!

Baltimore-Washington Financial Advisors and Elville and Associates invite you to an interactive workshop on “Intentionalism in Estate Planning: Achieving Perfection for
Your Legacy.”
 
Webinar
Thursday, December 17, 2020 from 11:45 AM to 1:00 PM EST

Many people want to achieve excellence in their estate planning – to establish an estate plan that works as intended – one that will stand the test of time, accomplish personal goals and priorities, provide for the disposition of assets in the desired way to the persons and/or organizations of choice, controlling costs, and setting forth values, ideas, concepts, and aspirations – organized by leading-edge legal-technical concepts that are up to date at the time of death, and guided by highly instructional letters of wishes or memorandums. Yet few people understand the kind of estate planning process necessary for the realization of this ideal, and even fewer people are offered the opportunity to participate in the kind of process necessary to facilitate the same. To say that achieving true excellence in estate planning is akin to successfully sailing around the world alone is not an exaggeration. It takes all of the stuff of legend, including purpose, persistence, patience, and introspection; partnership with your estate planning attorney and an adequate process forward (facilitated by the attorney); maintenance and updating of the estate plan over time; and more. In short, true excellence in estate planning requires being extremely intentional. In this brief one-hour workshop, Stephen R. Elville, lead attorney and managing partner of Elville and Associates, P.C., will lead a discussion about Intentionalism in Estate Planning, a topic Mr. Elville has written about extensively and which forms the foundation of his upcoming book.

 
TOPICS WILL INCLUDE:
  • Why being intentional in estate planning matters
  • Understanding the risks in estate planning
  • Why knowing what you want out of estate planning matters
  • Avoiding estate plan failure
  • Maintenance and updating
  • The importance of Partnership
PRESENTERS:
Managing Director,
Wealth Management
Principal,
Elville and Associates
We hope you can join us!
Sincerely,


Robert Carpenter
President and CEO

For questions or help registering please contact,

Cortney Caronna | Client Associate | BWFA | emailus@bwfa.com | 410-461-3900

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