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Nuts & Bolts of Estate Planning Seminar
November 17, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Do you need an Estate Plan?
No matter how large or humble your estate is, proper planning can help preserve your assets for you and your loved ones, and provide for a smooth transition for your family. Estate planning done right can help provide you with peace of mind now, so you can enjoy the present day with your loved ones, encourage family harmony, and ensure a strong foundation that is well prepared to weather difficult times.
Join us for a free estate planning nuts and bolts seminar with Diane Agor from Estate Planning Group, where you will learn about what estate planning entails, common pitfalls that can lead to family fighting, and how proper planning can help you avoid such pitfalls.
Cost: FREE (Complimentary refreshments will be provided)
When: Saturday, November 17, 2018 from 9:00 – 11:00 AM
Where: HOCU Moiliili Branch: 2305 S. Beretania Street
RSVP: By 11/13 to Mary at firstname.lastname@example.org or 777-5610
About our speaker:
Diane K. Agor – Associate Attorney, Estate Planning Group
As a mother of two young children, Diane understands the importance of planning for her family’s future. As an experienced litigation attorney, Diane understands the importance of carefully and precisely drafted legal documents. It is this personal and professional background that provides Diane with the knowledge and legal experience necessary to ensure that her client’s estate plan is based on careful consideration of her client’s goals, and that the estate plan clearly and accurately reflects those goals.
After completing her undergraduate studies at the University of Hawaii, Diane attended Whittier Law School in California where she earned her Juris Doctor and graduated Magna Cum Laude. Upon returning to Hawaii Diane served as a law clerk to the Honorable Marcia J. Waldorf (Ret.) and worked at various law firms in Honolulu focusing on civil litigation, including appeals before Hawaii’s appellate courts and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.