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A free series of informative presentations by Windrose Law Center, PLC.

All presentations will be held at Thunderbird Senior Living Starlight Theater and start at 11am

March 20th: Estate Planning Basics
Many people think that estate planning is for the rich and famous. But nothing could be further from the truth. The focus of estate planning, is not money, it is the people we care about and love. In this session you will learn how to protect your family from probate and make things easier for your loved ones. We will discuss wills, trusts, powers of attorneys, living wills, DNRs, and more.

April 17th: What is Power of Attorney Anyway?
In this session we will explore how a Power of Attorney can be used as protection to enable someone to make financial or medical decisions on your behalf. We will cover how a Power of Attorney can help avoid involving court in your personal affairs. We will also discuss your rights when you have a Power of Attorney in place.

May 15th: What Is Probate and Should You Plan to Avoid It? 
Many people hear probate and become fearful of a court becoming involved in their personal affairs. In this session, we will demystify probate and teach you about the tools that are available to help make things easier for your family. We will discuss the difference between wills and trusts. We will also cover how powers of attorneys can help you avoid court involvement if you were to become unable to take care of your financial or medical affairs.

IMG_0038.jpgKristin Moye has been practicing law since 2010 helping hundreds of individuals and families preserve and protect their nest eggs. A published legal scholar and frequent public speaker, staying ahead of the law’s changes and communicating those changes effectively is Kristin’s sixth sense. Kristin is an Arizona native and attended the University of Arizona for her Bachelor’s degree. She later she went on to the Pepperdine School of Law. Following law school, she worked at the Arizona Supreme Court. There, she developed training for judges and judicial officers.  She has taught extensively in paralegal programs and also served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Arizona Summit Law School having taught Legal Research, Wills and Trusts. Kristin has authored numerous published articles including in the area of estate planning.

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