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How to Get Your Ducks in a Row

The Nawrocki Center will be conducting the popular seminar “How to Get Your Ducks in A Row: Estate Planning to Protect Your Future”. This is a free seminar, and seating is limited. Topics include Revocable Trusts and Wills; Durable Healthcare Power of Attorney and HIPAA Releases; Planning for The Protection of Grandkids, Disabled Kids and Other Disabled Heirs; Protecting Your Children’s and Grandchildren’s Inheritances; Protecting Your Home and Savings from Nursing Home Costs; How To Plan for Cherished Pets; and many other estate planning issues. This seminar fills up quickly so please contact the Nawrocki Center now at 810-229-0220.

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