Join RLO for a Webinar on May 13th: How to Get Your Estate Plan Done and Avoid Probate

I hope you are doing well while staying safe and healthy during this COVID-19 season.

We all have had to make adjustments on how we do business. Before the Coronavirus Pandemic, I was speaking to groups of people on a monthly basis about Estate Planning - of course, all of that has stopped...

But now, I am pleased to announce that REGISTRATION IS OPEN for my first online Estate Planning Webinar:

Title: How to Get Your Estate Plan Done and Avoid Probate

Date: May 13, 2020

Time: 10:00am - 11:00am

To Register, CLICK HERE and you will be taken directly to our Registration Page with more information about this Estate Planning Webinar.

By attending this Webinar you will learn how estate planning works and how I analyze a client's estate to come up with an estate plan that is perfect for them.

Please join me on May 13, 2020 and please share this information with anyone that you think would be interested in learning more about estate planning and avoiding probate for their estate.

I look forward to seeing you (virtually) at this event!


This article is a service of Attorney Chad A. Ritchie and the Ritchie Law Office, Ltd.

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