“What Happens to the Kids?” Planning for Young Parents Event February 15, Misbeehavin’ Meads, Valpo
Very few people want to talk about dying. – Maybe Funeral Directors and Casket Salespeople.
Most people do not.
Regardless of the desire to talk about it, the topic creeps into conversations when a young parent sees something on TV or the subject comes up with their peers.
“How does a young parent plan to provide for young children?”
“As a parent with a child, what should my planning need to include?”
“What would it cost?”
Often, when the question comes up, the available sources that are sought are inconsistent or not a blanket solutions to all young parents’ situations.
Here’s an option to consider
Join us for a free event that is focused exclusively on young parent planning. The event will include a short, general presentation about key documents and techniques to give each parent options to consider. There is no blanket answer that applies to the situation of every parent. So to help clarify those variables. there will be plenty of time for the questions for Estate Planning Attorney RG Skadberg to address.
What Parent is This Event Geared Towards
While the concern may arise very quickly after someone becomes a parent, this planning often covers the child’s care through college. This planning is necessary regardless of marital status, number of children, or value of the parents’ assets. These variables may dictate the techniques a parent may choose. However, there are base planning needs to each parent should put in place.
To help take the edge off the conversation, RG will be hosting the event at Misbeehavin’ Meads in downtown Valparaiso. The Mead Masters will provide some samples of their meads, and ciders. And because we know we you have younger children and we do not want finding a baby-sitter to get in the way, “behavin” children are welcome to come (there’s enough misbehavin’ with the meads). We’ll have light (and kid-friendly) appetizers. Space is limited because we want to allow everyone to ask questions and foster useful, meaningful conversation with all in attendance.
Our first event is: February 15, 2017 6:30pm MISBEEHAVIN’ MEADS, 65 Franklin St. east side of the Porter County Courthouse The event starts at 6:30pm with the brief general presentation followed by questions and sampling. You do not have to stay until 8pm and you do not have to leave at 8pm. We hope you will enjoy and participate in the casual conversation and learn somethings you did not know – about the law and meads/cider.
Space if very limited, so please RSVP via the form to the right or by calling (219) 200-3902.
If your plans change, please let us know that we can let someone else take advantage of the event.
If you are interested in hosting an event at your mom’s group, study group or other event, contact RG Skadberg (219) 230-3600.