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John N. Massih

Your Neighborhood Personal Family Lawyer
Free Online Presentation
Estate Planning 101: How to keep Your family out of court and conflict
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Free Online Presentation
Estate Planning 101: How to keep Your family out of court and conflict
Complete The form below to Watch The Webinar

FREE BONUS: The Best-Selling Book on Legal Planning for Parents, Wear Clean Underwear

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Got questions about estate planning for your family?

They'll be answered on this webinar

What You'll Learn

Will trust or ?

What do you really need to keep your family out of court and out of conflict when something happens to you? We'll cover all of it in detail, including the 3 biggest fears most people have when it comes to estate planning. 

Don't fail your loved ones
fAIL

Even if you've created a plan, it may not work when your family needs it. Meet the "Bliss Family" and see exactly why most plans fail and how you can put in place a plan for peace. Because your family deserves it.

what it costs

Most people wonder what estate planning should cost and whether they even need one. We'll guide you to know what it should cost, and also describe our estate planning process so you know your options.

Disclaimer - This presentation is entirely free. We encourage you to stay until the end to hear about the solutions we offer to protect your loved ones if and when something should happen to you.

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