The Community Food Bank is partnering this March with Habitat for Humanity Tucson, Literacy Volunteers of Tucson, Pima Community College and YMCA Foundation to bring you another round of write-a-will workshops.
Wednesday, March 12 at 2:30 p.m.
7770 N. Shannon Road
Monday, March 17 at 4:30 p.m.
Pima Community College District Office
4905 E. Broadway Blvd.
Wednesday, March 19 at 10:00 a.m.
Northern Trust Bank
6444 E. Tanque Verde Road
Monday, March 24 at 10:00 a.m.
Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
2331 E. Adams
Tuesday, March 25 at 3:30 p.m.
Pima Community College Northwest Campus
7600 N. Shannon Road
Thursday, March 27 at noon (brown bag lunch)
Community Food Bank
3003 S. Country Club Road
Estate planning attorneys Robby Adamson, Kay Richter, and
Elizabeth Spilotro are volunteering their time to present the material.
For more information or to RSVP call 622-0525 ext. 218. Light refreshments will be served.
Do you need a will?
Did you know that less than one third of all people who die in the United States each year have a will, and that many of those wills are defective?
Do you need to accomplish any of the following? If so, you need a will.
EXPRESS YOUR LOVE… A person who dies without a will leaves their loved ones to make difficult decisions. Uncertainties about the deceased’s final wishes often lead to family turmoil.
AFFIRM YOUR BASIC BELIEFS AND COMMITMENTS… The preamble in your will can affirm the principals that guided you to make your decisions. This allows those interpreting your will insight into your choices. Those carrying out your wishes should understand them as fully as possible.
PUT YOURSELF IN THE DRIVER’S SEAT… A) Designate who will care for your dependent children; B) specify who will serve when it’s time to close your estate; C) decide on the timing for distribution of gifts; D) designate which charitable organizations you will support. Knowing that you have cared for loved ones and other concerns close to your heart can put you at ease.
SAFEGUARD YOUR ASSETS… Careful financial planning has helped you conserve your estate during life. Protect what you’ve worked for. A will can reduce probate costs in many states. It may also reduce, delay or even eliminate estate taxes. This way, more of what you worked for can benefit loved ones or carry out charitable intentions