Estate Planning Basics, presented by the WA Veterans Will Clinic (Legal Lunchbox™ Series July 2017) [LL170725-MP3 / LL170725-FSV]

Estate Planning Basics, presented by the WA Veterans Will Clinic (Legal Lunchbox™ Series July 2017) [LL170725-MP3 / LL170725-FSV]

 
Original Program Date: July 25, 2017
Duration: 1 hours, 30 minutes
Credits: Law & Legal Procedure: 1.50
 
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This recorded seminar was a Legal LunchboxTM Series live webcast presented on July 25, 2017. If you attended the webcast and reported CLE credits, you cannot also report credits from watching or listening to this recording.

In this 90-minute recorded CLE, presented by the WA Veterans Wills Clinic, speakers Katie Ludwick and Tony Ramsey provide you with background and tips for drafting estate planning documents and they discuss the unique aspects of working with veterans during the estate planning process.

Presenters: 
Katie Ludwick – Law Offices of Kathryn L. Ludwick, Bellevue 
Tony Ramsey – Karr Tuttle Campbell, Seattle

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