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Estate planning can be a daunting exercise. Many people feel overwhelmed just thinking about it, let alone face the many issues and decisions the process takes. It is normal to procrastinate, and don't think you're the only one in that department.

Many people think of estate planning as drawing up of a will. Yes, that's one part of estate planning. And while a will may be one of the most important documents you will sign, a will is about your estate after you have died.

But what about while you're still alive? 

What would happen if you found yourself suddenly no longer able to handle your own affairs due to an accident, a disability, terminal illness, or mental incapacity?

Do wish for someone unknown to you to become "you" and start making your day to day personal and/or business decisions?

A person or persons who do not know your philosophy of life, your wishes for medical attention or your business?

Do you have a plan?

What are your options?

There are several and we would like you to explore these with us during our
one-time only FREE teleseminar on April 14, 2009 at 5PM Pacific/8PM Eastern time.

This teleseminar is an introduction to a series of talks and discussions on this and many other topics. Topics and actions that, if left unattended, can have dire effects on your life and on those of your loved ones and dependents.

To sign up go to our contact page and send us an email that you wish to join us. We will then send you the teleseminar dial-in details.  We will also send you all the handouts sheets so that you can follow us on this call. The call will be approximately 45 minutes.

Feel free to invite friends and colleagues to this call, but please remember to reserve your space first as there are a limited number of lines available for this call.

"The greatest problem of communication is the illusion that it has been accomplished" ~ George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950)