A fast, FREE, friendly and essential guide to legal planning for busy parents.
Undecided? That's fine, it's normal to be a little uneasy about estate planning. Many of our happiest clients started just where you are right now. But, when they read the best selling book on estate planning for families, Wear Clean Underwear (I know, it's a funny name, right?) they felt more at ease, educated, and informed - and, more importantly, inspired to take action. I would love to send you a copy of this book for free, as my gift to you for considering working with me.
Simply click here and enter your name and email address and I'll send you Wear Clean Underwear: A Fast, Fun, Friendly – and Essential – Guide to Planning for Busy Families.
It's called Wear Clean Underwear because your mom always told you to wear clean underwear in case you were in an accident, but once you are a parent, there are important legal planning steps you need to take as well, in case an accident does happen. By the way, the book gets 4.4 stars on Amazon.
What is a Kids Protection Plan?
It's a set of documents that goes above and beyond what most people (and even lawyers) cover in a basic estate plan. It ensures that everyone knows what to do for your kiddos if you can't be there for them. Come learn how to leave more than just money for the ones you cherish most.
Get Your Business Questions Answered
Understanding when you need a lawyer to take a look at your legal issues and when you don't can be overwhelming. Most lawyers will tell you that a lawyer should always look over anything "legal." But many business owners become savvy enough to know when it matters and when they know what they're doing.
There are four key areas, however, where business owners should tread carefully. We will talk about the pros and cons, as well as some of the risks, of doing DIY work versus bringing in your legal backup. The cost/benefit analysis of some of these issues may surprise you!
We hope to see you there! Bring your questions that are appropriate for a group format.
Come join us to hone your communication skills to allow you to show up authentically in any circumstance.
Run Your Business Like A Boss
Do you feel disconnected from your business? Like you aren't sure where to focus your time to build a better foundation? Or like you have no idea what to tackle so you can finally grow already?
If so, join us June 20 in the Sage Legal offices for this presentation on how to run your business like a BOSS. You'll hear about the most important components of running your business, how to get them in place, and what you can do NOW to get your business moving forward.
We will save time at the end to talk through any issues you wish to share in front of a group and coach you through identifying the next three steps you should focus on to move forward.
When I moved my law practice to Exeter, I decided that I wanted to be accessible to clients, potential clients, and my community. I knew I wanted to host a regular open drop-in hour weekly that provided flexibility, an opportunity to talk about whatever people want, and gave me the chance to just get to know people and what's on their mind. Welcome, I look forward to meeting you. :)
If you have children, you likely worry about what would happen to them if something happens to you.
At the very least, you want to name legal guardians to care for them, for the long-term. And, it needs to be done legally. So we've created a website to make it easy. You can do it for free here.
What would happen to your kids if something were to happen to you?
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