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FREE Estate Planning Essentials Workshop

Join Attorney Skipton Reynolds Easy Ways to Protect Your Estate. How to avoid probate – especially during your life. Will your Power of Attorney work when you need it to? Is your General Power of Attorney a “Super Blank Check” or powerful enough? How to protect your IRA when left to your beneficiaries. How to protect your assets for you, your spouse and your heirs. The differences between Wills, Revocable & Irrevocable Trusts (& why you should have one, or none). …and more! RSVP at: 720-613-2633 or [email protected]

FREE Estate Planning Essentials Workshop

Join Attorney Skipton Reynolds Easy Ways to Protect Your Estate. How to avoid probate – especially during your life. Will your Power of Attorney work when you need it to? Is your General Power of Attorney a “Super Blank Check” or powerful enough? How to protect your IRA when left to your beneficiaries. How to protect your assets for you, your spouse and your heirs. The differences between Wills, Revocable & Irrevocable Trusts (& why you should have one, or none). …and more! RSVP at: 720-613-2633 or [email protected]

FREE Estate Planning Essentials Workshop

Join Attorney Skipton Reynolds Easy Ways to Protect Your Estate. How to avoid probate – especially during your life. Will your Power of Attorney work when you need it to? Is your General Power of Attorney a “Super Blank Check” or powerful enough? How to protect your IRA when left to your beneficiaries. How to protect your assets for you, your spouse and your heirs. The differences between Wills, Revocable & Irrevocable Trusts (& why you should have one, or none). …and more! RSVP at: 720-613-2633 or [email protected]

Using a Prepaid Funeral Contract to Spend Down Assets for Medicaid

No one wants to think about his or her death, but a little preparation in the form of a prepaid funeral contract can be useful. In addition to helping your family after your death, a prepaid funeral contract can be a good way to spend down assets in order to qualify for Medicaid. A prepaid or pre-need funeral contract allows you to purchase funeral goods and services before you die. The contract can be entered into with a funeral home or cemetery. Prepaid funeral contracts can include payments for: embalming and restoration, room for the funeral service, casket, vault or…