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dinner-party_500x349If you’re like most people, updating (or creating!) your Will and optimizing your Estate Plan probably ranks low on your list of things to get done, even though both are of critical importance to your family’s future and peace of mind.

Why not make it fun? In fact, why not make it a reason to party?

An Estate Planning Party can be a quick, FUN, no-hassle, and cost-saving way to get your Will taken care of.  Ruffi Law Offices, S.C. now offers in-home Estate Planning parties to groups of two to ten couples.

Here’s how it works:

  • Contact several of your friends, family, or co-workers.  Even if they already have a Will and Estate Plan, this is a great opportunity for them to have their plan professionally reviewed and updated!
  • Decide on a convenient date and time and confirm it with us. You will receive a discounted price depending on the number of completed estate plans in your party.
  • We send all participating couples our confidential Will & Estate Planning questionnaire, so that each couple who plans to attend can fill it out ahead of time.
  • Before the party date, we will contact each couple to draft the estate planning documents they need (Will, Will with Children’s Trust, and Powers of Attorney).

On the day of the party, a Ruffi Law attorney will come to your home with all of the materials and documents necessary to complete each couple’s estate planning package.

During the party, our attorney will give the entire group an overview of the estate planning process, and answer any general questions.

Next, our attorney will meet confidentially with each couple to go over the particulars of their individual plan and to answer any specific questions.

Finally, with your friends acting as witnesses, the estate planning documents will be validly executed and signed.

Done!

Why throw or partake in a Will Party?

This has to be one of the easiest and most convenient ways to fulfill this obligation to your family and loved ones:

  • It’s affordable; you and your friends will receive a substantial discount, compared to what they would spend to get these services separately.
  • You will get the benefit of the services and advice of a trained, licensed, and certified professional attorney.
  • You’ll get it done in one evening, and have some fun!

Why does Ruffi Law Offices, S.C. offer Will & Estate Planning Parties?

We know how busy you are, and how daunting the task of creating or updating your Will can seem. Meeting as a group gives us a chance to provide in-person legal services, and to help couples complete a very important task. We like being able to provide affordable legal services to families!

To talk with a professional Estate Planning attorney at Ruffi Law Offices, S.C. – whether to set up a Planning Party or just to have your own questions answered, contact us today at 715-843-0800.

Ruffi Law Offices, S.C.

Ruffi Law Offices, S.C.

At Ruffi Law Offices, S.C. we understand the business challenges you face every day. We work with you to minimize your risks, protect your interests, and to offer you common-sense business solutions. We assist Wisconsin and out-of-state business clients in the areas of business law, business and civil litigation, real estate, immigration, copyright and trademarks, and bankruptcy.
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At Ruffi Law Offices, S.C. we understand the business challenges you face every day. We work with you to minimize your risks, protect your interests, and to offer you common-sense business solutions. We assist Wisconsin and out-of-state business clients in the areas of business law, business and civil litigation, real estate, immigration, copyright and trademarks, and bankruptcy.

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