Did you know that seven out of ten people die without a Will? If that is you – after you die – unless your family spends a lot of time and money – the government will be the one to decide where your money and other assets will go.
Because of that, this Wednesday we will offer a Free Will and Trust seminar to help you plan for your loved ones after your death. We are not trying to get you to give to the Archdiocese or to us. This is simply a service to you. A Will or a trust seeks to understand what you want. It seems that – minimally – this needs to be looked at when people are in their 30s and again in their 70s. I did this some years ago and it takes some work. But I am so glad I did it. Young parents, this is important for you to think about as well.
Again, our Will and Trust Seminar to plan for your loved ones after your death is this Wednesday – from 7:00 to 8:30 – in the LIBRARY. If you don’t know where that is, just drive around the back of campus and look for the sidewalk at the end of the school building and follow the signs. If you think you will be joining us, please contact Sarah whose information is in the bulletin so that we have enough materials for everyone.