Mark your calendars now to attend one of K-State Research and Extension’s “Preserving the Family with Estate Planning” workshops set for three locations in northwest Kansas in February. Attorneys and K-State specialists will cover a range of topics including estate planning basics, trusts and asset protection, long term care planning, farm succession planning, and family communication.
The first workshop will be Monday, February 22, 2016, in Hill City at the Graham County 4-H Building. The workshop will start at 6 pm and wrap up at 9 pm. Cost for this workshop will be $10 per person, with $5 for each additional family members (families must register together to receive the discount).
Tuesday, February 23, the workshop will be held at The Gateway Civic Center in Oberlin, starting at 9 am and ending at 4 pm. The cost for this day-long event will be $20 per person, and $15 for each additional family member. This cost will include lunch and all materials.
The third workshop will be held on Wednesday, February 24, in Oakley at the Buffalo Bill Cultural Center. The cost for this workshop will also be $20 with $15 for each additional family member.
The registration deadline is February 16th. Late registration and walk in fees for full day workshops are $30/person. Registration fee covers material and noon meal.
For more information call the Graham County Extension Office at 785-421-3411, the Twin Creeks District – Oberlin Office at 785-475-8121 or the Golden Prairie Extension District - Oakley Office at 785-671-3245. To register online or see the brochure for details, go to www.northwest.ksu.edu under Events.
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