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Estate Planning Workshop With Bill Cahill
WHERE THERE'S A WILL.... THERE'S A WAY!
It's NEVER too late to start estate planning and NOW is always a good time to do it.
Learn about the ins and outs of estate planning from trusted Park Slope lawyer, William Cahill.
You will get an overview of basic estate planning concepts and tools including:
- A discussion of wills
- Power of attorney
- Health care proxies and living wills
- New York and Federal Estate Tax (who pays and who doesn’t)
- Guardianship designations for minor children
- Living Trusts as a planning concept
- Understanding estate planning myths
Bill's depth of experience and compassionate, reassuring personality will inspire you to stop procrastinating! He will also try to answer any questions you may have about the process and leave you with some important talking points to begin this conversation with your partner and extended family.
About Bill Cahill:
Bill Cahill is a Brooklyn lawyer who has been practicing for 39 years. Bill’s practice is principally devoted to wills, trusts and estate planning and administration. He also represents charitable organizations and small businesses. Bill is a founding partner of Anderson & Cahill which was established in 1988. Outside of the office, Bill is involved in community activities. He is a former trustee of the Berkeley Carroll School, is involved in the building, finance and restoration committees of St. Augustine Church in Park Slope on Sixth Avenue. Bill moved to Flatbush Avenue in 1975 with his wife Regina. Although he was raised in then rural Northport, New York, Bill’s children were born and raised on Flatbush Avenue, which he considers a very cool place to raise kids.
Anderson & Cahill, LLP
Tuesday, March 6, 2018, 6:00 PM until 7:30 PM
Park Slope Library
431 6th Avenue (at 9th St)
is closed - Event is full