Wine & Wills
Free Estate Planning Introduction & Wine Tasting
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What is probate? How long does it take? How much does it cost? How can I keep my family out of court and out of conflict? Should I create a trust or a will? How can I protect my minor children or my children with special needs in the event that something happens to me?
Join us for a free wine tasting and introduction to estate planning at 6:00 PM in Downtown Market’s beautiful vinyl room on Thursday, June 16th. During this presentation, estate planning attorney Milan Hanson will provide an overview of the estate planning process and discuss the most common questions that we receive regarding estate planning.
Attendees who complete and return our estate planning worksheet after the event will receive a free one-on-one estate planning session with Milan and a $250 credit toward any future estate planning work with Hanson Legal. During this complimentary planning session, we will sit down with you to identify what you can do now to protect those you love and everything you have earned.
None of the estate planning work we do is charged hourly, so whether you need a will or a full lifetime asset protection trust, we can develop a plan that will meet your family’s needs for a single flat fee.
Hanson Legal is an estate planning, business advising, and real estate law firm with over forty years of experience serving clients in Oregon. We believe your financial wealth is only one part of your overall “Family Wealth” which is also made up of your valuable – and most often lost upon incapacity or death – intellectual, spiritual and human assets. These assets are what make you who you are, and sum up what’s most important to you. And, a survey of inheritors has revealed that what they care about even more than inheriting your money, is inheriting these intangible assets.
Most estate plans only focus on the transfer of your financial wealth to the next generation. Most people have such great intentions of passing on the intangible, but very few ever get around to it. It’s just not a priority, until it’s too late. How much do you know about your grandparents’ values? Their most prized personal possessions? How they felt about you? What they had learned during their lifetime?
Many people do not know how to ensure that these intangible assets are protected as part of their estate plan. That’s why we build the capture and passage of these valuable assets, in addition to tangible assets, into every estate plan we create. Not only will we help you pass on your money, but also your values, your insights, your stories and your experience – the truly valuable assets your loved one’s care about the most.