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Preparing for the Future: 6 Steps to Create a Will and End of Life Essentials

6 Steps to Create Your Will

You are a parent. And you want to take care of your child’s emotional and financial security while you are here - and even after. You know creating a will could help avoid uncertainties. You have read the articles, maybe even looked up some resources…..and yet, the actual task of creating one can seem lengthy and daunting.

Join PEPS and Temple De Hirsch Sinai for a virtual presentation that will open the discussion around end-of-life planning and decisions, along with what steps families can take to create a will. Megan Gebhardt, local estate-planning extraordinaire, will be your guide and help in what steps to take and will share information and resources needed to give someone the power to manage your finances, decide who gets what, and how to name a guardian for your child.


Event Details

What: A virtual presentation by Megan Gebhardt, estate planning professional, 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, May 20, 2020 at 7 - 8:30pm

Cost: This event is free!

Where: In the comfort of your own home! This event is being offered virtually. Registered participants will receive a Zoom link, with a password, to maintain privacy and security of the call.

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In the meantime, check out this resource: Common Mistakes When Making a Will

Hosted by PEPS and Temple De Hirsch Sinai. Presented by Megan Gebhardt, Gebhardt Law Office.


Temple De Hirsch Sinai "The Talmud, a set of ancient Jewish teachings, instructs Jewish parents to teach their children three core things: the Torah (by which they mean the ethical monotheism represented in it), a trade (so that they might support themselves) and how to swim (so that they might be safe). Facing the frightening reality of our own mortality is rather like this last instruction to teach our children to swim by ensuring their safety needs are met, even if we are not here." - Rabbi Callie, Temple Di Hirsch Sinai

Megan GebhardtMegan is the owner of Gebhardt Law Office, where she has an estate planning practice that focuses on flat-fee estate planning. She values the opportunity to work with families and individuals in preparing their estate plans. Giving back to the community is a fundamental part of Megan’s practice as an attorney. She regularly speaks at PEPS and other organization’s events. She also serves on the Board of Directors of Junior Achievement of Washington and on the Board of Trustees of the Valley School. Megan lives in Seattle with her family of four, including a husband, and two sons, aged 9 and 7.

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