Date: February 7, 2018


Time:  5:30PM – 6:30PM


Location:  Millennium Pain Center, 2406 E Empire St., Bloomington, IL 61704 (click for a map)

Topics we will discuss:


1.  What are the fundamental concepts of estate planning everyone needs to know?


2.  What is the difference between Probate Assets vs. Non-Probate Assets?


3.  What is a Revocable Living Trust?


4.  Do I need a Will-Based Plan or a Trust-Based Plan?


5.  How do I plan for mental incapacity?

Estate Planning Essentials: 

Discover the Core Estate Planning Concepts Needed to Design Your Estate Plan

Presented by

Chad A. Ritchie, Esq.

The Millennium Pain Center is partnering with the Ritchie Law Office, Ltd. to host an estate planning seminar that is open to the public. At this seminar  attendees will discover how estate planning works and what type of estate plan is right for them. 

We kindly ask that attendees pre-register via e-mail to (click to email) or by calling (309) 273-1500.  Please provide your name, phone number and e-mail so that we can confirm your registration.  We look forward to seeing you at this event!!

2203 E. Empire St. Suite G, Bloomington, IL 61704

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