It’s possible to use a will or a trust to say who you want to receive your property after your death. But wills accomplish little more than that limited goal. Local estate planning attorney John Roth will explain how trusts can sometimes be used to accomplish additional goals...
The word probate often sends a shiver down the spine. It actually serves an important purpose of distributing a deceased person's assets, but is widely misunderstood. Attorney John Roth will debunk the myths surrounding probate and explain what the probate process is in the State of Hawaii.
Estate planning is the process of putting together a plan, which will allow someone to step into your shoes to manage your assets in the event of your incapacity and carry out your wishes after your lifetime. At this free presentation at the Wainaku Executive Center, in Hilo, attorney Kumu Belcher will go over the basic documents, what they do, and go over any questions.
On Wednesday, September 6th the Aloha Insurance Kona office hosts a two-part community education seminar on Medicare and Estate Planning. There will be two opportunities to attend: a morning session, from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM, and afternoon session, from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM. These seminars are free and open to the public.
Estate planning is the process of putting together a plan, which will allow someone to step into your shoes to manage your assets in the event of your incapacity and carry out your wishes after your lifetime. John and Katherine will go over the basic documents, what they do, and go over any questions.
Legally, pets are a person's property and should be considered, like the rest of your property, when thinking about making a Will or Trust. For most pet owners, four-legged friends are much more than just property. Join John at hBAR, inside Huggo's, to learn about how to plan for the care of your pets, after your lifetime.
Hawaii Trust & Estate Counsel is the featured business at the Wainaku Executive Center's Wainaku Wednesday, on March 9th. This fun event happens every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month and includes free admission, live music, cocktails & pupu available for purchase, and beautiful views of Hilo Bay.