Max Alavi, Attorney at Law, invited to present Living Trusts & More in Laguna Niguel, California

August 28, 2014 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
August 28, 2014 - Newport Beach, California, August 20, 2014 Max Alavi, Attorney at Law and Partner at Alavi & Broyles, has been invited to be one of the few presenters at the highly acclaimed and very popular series of Estate Planning seminars, It's Your Estate. The seminar will take place at the Sea Country, Senior Center in Laguna Niguel, Ca. September 15 through November 3. Hundreds

Mr. Alavi commented on the honor of being invited again to present at this event: "It's an honor and a privilege to join the It's Your Estate Workshops faculty. This program is the best program available at no cost to Orange County residents on estate planning. In my practice, I continually strive to better educate my clients with tools such as Visual Estate Planning and the Family Love Letter seminars. It's Your Estate program is a great tool for the general public's education. I always enjoy my interaction with the attendees and look forward to the questions and comments."

It's Your Estate/Money Workshops is a program of Financial & Estate Literacy, Inc., a 501c3 charitable organization under the leadership of Peter Kote. Its mission is to provide the resources people need to make confident financial, estate, and charitable decisions. The Fall 2014 program features specialized presentations given by various financial and legal experts. The workshops are designed to give attendees important information regarding finances and estate planning without the pressure that typical seminars of this nature can produce. Guest speakers do not receive attendees' names or personal information and no professional services are sold.

Mr. Alavi, attorney at law and partner at Alavi & Broyles, LLP located at 500 Newport Center Drive, Ste 580 Newport Beach, CA 92660. He has been practicing law for over 22 years. He focuses his practice on assisting clients establish effective and secure vehicles for passing their assets to their loved ones, including living trusts, wills and durable powers. His practice also includes assisting trustees manage and settle trust assets and navigating probate related issues.

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