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Join Hospice by the Bay’s 2019 Seminar Series featuring our own, Deb L. Kinney

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Have questions about estate planning?  Planned giving?  Your will?  Hospice by the Bay is hosting 2019 Seminar Series featuring our own partner, Deb L. Kinney.  Join us on Thursday evenings from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm on March 7th and May 2nd at Hospice by the Bay San Francisco, 180 Redwood Street Suite 130, to hear Deb speak about estate planning and probate and trust administration.

Pre-registration is required, please call (415) 526-5580 or register online at www.hbtb.org.

Hospice by the Bay

180 Redwood Street, Suite 350, San Francisco

Registration: (415) 526-5580 or www.hbtb.org

 

Thursday, March 7, 5:00–6:30 p.m.

The Life of Your Estate after Death: Probate & Trust Administration

Who decides what happens to your assets after your death and how does it work? Learn about choosing successor trustees and fiduciaries to implement your estate plan, and how to make choices to prepare for a smooth transfer of assets – large and small – to intended beneficiaries, limiting administrative hurdles, cost and heartache

 

Thursday, May 2, 5:00–6:30 p.m.

Estate Planning: Why Me? Why Now?

I’m busy building my career, focusing on my family, and enjoying my life. I don’t need an estate plan now. I can wait. Do you want to have a say in how your personal matters will be handled if you become ill or after your death? Having an estate plan in place can give you peace of mind and avoid hassle, heartache, and costs later. Find out what estate planning involves and steps to take now. An evening session for busy people to help move estate planning from your “to do” list to “I’ve got it covered.”

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