Estate Planning Basics at the Chicago Public Library May 24, 2019
Join the Law Office of Nicole M. Soltanzadeh and the Chicago Public Library for an information session on estate planning basics. Curious to know what the default provisions are in the State of Illinois if you have done little to no estate planning? Wondering how a will or a trust can help you avoid some of the problems under the default rules? Come to the Edgewater Branch of the Chicago Public Library on Friday, May 24th, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. to learn all about it. More about this event can be found at the Chicago Public Library's website, linked here.
Hard Discussions at Roosevelt University June 5, 2019
Inspired by Atul Gawande's best selling book, Being Mortal, Roosevelt University's Institute for Continued Learning is hosting a two-day workshop entitled Hard Discussions, which will focus on the planning phases of Senior Living and the importance of communicating these plans to our loved ones. Day One will feature a video interview of Gawande, followed by a group discussion. On Day Two, June 5th, 2019, Nicole Soltanzadeh will sit on a panel of presenters, discussing these issues and taking questions from the audience. The presentation will be held at Roosevelt University, 1400 N. Roosevelt Road in Schaumburg, IL.
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