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  • Before and After the Funeral

    After a loved one dies, family members are bombarded with questions related to decisions that must be made before the funeral. Working through those questions ahead of time eases the burden. A second flurry of activity occurs after the funeral to settle the deceased's estate. Learn when probate is and isn't necessary, and the steps that the deceased's loved ones can expect in settling the deceased's affairs. Bonnie Wittenburg, an estate planning and probate lawyer and Jeanne McGill, a funeral consultant, will lead this discussion. As this course will be taught virtually, you will need access to video and audio on a computer, tablet or phone with internet connection. This class will be held on Zoom, which is free to use.The Zoom link will be emailed to you prior to the first day of class
  • Estate Planning Solutions

    This class will help you understand Wills, Trusts, Health Care Directives & Powers of Attorney. You'll learn ways to avoid probate. Learn when a Will is sufficient and when you might prefer a Trust. Learn how to avoid common mistakes. As this course will be taught virtually, you will need access to video and audio on a computer, tablet or phone with internet connection. This class will be held on Zoom, which is free to use.The Zoom link will be emailed to you prior to the first day of class.
  • Prepare Your Own Will

    Who would inherit your possessions, raise your children, or be your personal representative if you die? Without a will, the laws in Minnesota and a judge make all of the decisions. Leave this 2-hour class with a simple, prepared will and have new peace of mind. Instruction and all the necessary forms, witnesses and notaries are provided. Instructor Adam Altman is an attorney experienced in drafting wills. Each individual, regardless of marital status, needs his/her own will. Couples should register both individuals. As this course will take place in person, strict COVID procedures will be in place.
  • Recession Survival Guide

    The word “Recession” has frequently been used over the last year. It often creates fear and panic among many due to a lack of understanding as to what a recession means and/or how to prepare for it. Learn what a recession is including how often they occur, how to prepare, if you should be afraid and what it means to you and your family's personal finance. As this course will be taught virtually, you will need access to video and audio on a computer, tablet or phone with internet connection. The course link will be emailed to you prior to class.