There’s always something going on at Cris Carter Law, LLC. Whether it’s our Coffee with Cris opportunities, a speaking event or a fun event, we will keep you posted on what’s going on right here.
What You’ll Learn:
- What your estate plan must include to keep your loved ones out of court (and why it isn’t about how wealthy you are).
- Why starting early is the best strategy to keep your assets safe for future generations.
- How to ensure your plan works when it is needed and doesn’t become a useless pile of expensive paper in your desk, drawer or closet.
- What estate planning should cost, and who pays the price of a “too cheap” plan.
Stay tuned for our upcoming events.
Your First Step to Get Started
Your first step is to schedule your personal Family Estate Planning Session. You can schedule online here, by email to clientservices@CrisCarterLaw.com or by calling the office at (719) 434-0000. Prior to your Family Estate Planning Session, you’ll receive an email with your Family Planning Worksheet. You will complete the worksheet and return it to our office with any existing estate planning documents you have so we will have time to review all information before your Family Estate Planning Session.
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Existing Estate Plan Review & Checkup
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