On average, a person works more than 40 years to accumulate assets and experiences, but does not spend even a few hours to plan for distribution of those assets or end-of-life care. The burden felt by loved ones can be eased through proper planning.
The St. Paul’s Methodist Foundation of Houston, in partnership with the St. Paul’s Church Congregational Care team led by Rev. Dr. Bill Gandin, can help you implement a plan.
The first workshop of a three-part planning series will be held Monday, October 6, at 6:30 p.m. in the Fellers Room (S-312).
Tonya Knauth, attorney and St. Paul’s member, will present important information on estate planning.
If you don’t have a will or have questions about making changes to a current one, please plan to attend. Individuals, couples, and families are encouraged to begin this important process.
Childcare will be provided.
Mark your calendars now for other sessions:
- January 26: End-of-Life Care Planning
- April 20: Planned Giving