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6 Steps to Create Your Will

PEPS mom with her newborn and toddler

As a parent, you want to set your child up for success, whatever that may look like for your family. You also want to build your child’s financial security while you are here — and even in the time after. You know that creating a will could help avoid uncertainties. And still, the task of creating your will can seem daunting.

Join us for our online event, 6 Steps to Create Your Will, presented by Megan Gebhardt, local mom, former PEPS Parent, and founder and owner of Gebhardt Law Office.

Megan will share information and resources on what steps to take, such as selecting a guardian for minor children, taking control of who inherits your assets, and protecting your children financially. Don't miss this important educational event!

Event Details

What: A virtual event presented by Megan Gebhardt on the decisions and steps of creating a will.

Who: This event is for any parent with a child of any age. Attendees can attend solo or with a partner.

When: Wednesday, October 11, 2023 from 7 – 8:30 pm

Cost: Thanks to the support of our giving community, this event is offered at no charge to attendees. A donation to PEPS is always welcome and will make an impact for future families. Make your gift here

Where: In the comfort of your own home! Registered participants will receive event reminders, including a Zoom link.

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In the meantime, check out these resources:
Estate Planning: Who, What, and Why
• Delegate, Delegate, Delegate
• Common Mistakes When Making a Will
• Essential End-of-Life Planning for Everyone

Megan Gebhardt 2020Megan Gebhardt, the owner of Gebhardt Law Office, focuses her law practice on Estate Planning. She values the opportunity to work with families and individuals in preparing their estate plans and to be a trusted source of help to these families. Megan is a frequent speaker on the topic of estate planning for PEPS members and other Seattle organizations. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of Junior Achievement and on the Executive Committee of the Valley School Board of Trustees.  Born and raised in Washington, she and her spouse, an Ohio native, reside in Seattle with their two sons and enjoy everything the Pacific Northwest has to offer.  

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