Sykes Elder Law Resource & Education Center

Sykes Elder Law Resource & Education Center

For January we are presenting a special “New Year’s resolution” edition of our popular, free estate planning workshop.

The first one filled up quickly, and there are only a few seats left for the remaining workshop on Thursday, January 29, from 5:30 to 7:30 in the evening.

In addition to our usual information-packed instruction on how to achieve great estate planning and asset protection results, we will offer insight into why we tend to procrastinate estate planning and other important tasks, how to break inertia and get tasks done, and how you can use a simple device like a New Year’s resolution to break any type of productivity logjam.

We will offer extra assistance in helping attendees wrestle with difficult issues that could be holding them back, and will give an extra push toward getting estate planning done (and done well).

Before Spring, attendees can have completed his planning documents resting on a shelf at home and enjoy the satisfaction of knowing they have completed a vital life task that will benefit them and their family in the years to come.

So call soon to reserve one of the remaining spots. If you have been putting off your estate planning, you will not want to miss the session.


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