Moorestown, NJ (Law Firm Newswire) October 8, 2014 — On Tuesday, October 21 at 6:00 p.m., Begley Law Group is hosting a generational asset preservation seminar at their offices in Moorestown, New Jersey.
Designed for those who wish to pass their financial legacy to future family generations, this free seminar will present key planning steps that enable them to preserve their assets.
“We know that people work hard their entire lives and want to pass some of that financial legacy on to their children and grandchildren,” said Thomas Begley Jr., a partner at Begley Law Group and a leading elder law attorney. “We’re hosting this seminar to offer anyone who wants it a clear understanding of how to make that happen.”
Kevin J. Gianfortune, a noted financial planner from 1847 Financial, will present the seminar. Gianfortune will outline the practical steps people should take when planning to preserve their assets. The event will also focus on helping attendees avoid the common mistakes that lead to lost income.
“By attending this seminar and taking a proactive approach to planning,” added Begley, “we know members of our community will see a real financial benefit for their children and grandchildren.”
Begley Law Group has helped hundreds of families and individuals to protect assets while planning for unexpected major health costs that can occur later in life.
Attendance is free, but interested parties are encouraged to contact Begley Law Group to reserve a spot. Space is limited.
Visit www.begleylawgroup.com to learn more about the Begley Law Group.
Begley Law Group, P.C.
509 S. Lenola Road, Building 7
Moorestown, NJ 08057
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