Update 5/27/2020: This webinar has ended. A recording of the event is available below
Taking care of your family doesn’t need to be complicated
Estate planning is about more than just deciding where money and valuables go. Yes it’s about those things, but most importantly, planning one’s estate is about ensuring that our families are taken care of long after we’re gone.
To help Colorado first responders prepare for all aspects of their future, FPPA is hosting an estate-planning webinar on Wednesday, May 27th. The event features Harley Look, Jr., a regular speaker at FPPA Pre-Retirement Planning Seminars with vast experience helping first responders plan for their future.
Join this free, hour-long event to learn the ins and outs of wills, trusts and estates.
About Harley K. Look, Jr.
Harley K. Look, Jr. is an Equity Shareholder of the law firm of Katz, Look & Onorato, P.C., where he practices tax, estate planning, and elder law. Harley grew up in Denver and received his B.A. degree with a double major and high honors from the University of Denver. He graduated at the top of his class from Stetson University School of Law, where he was a Law Review member and Editor, and a research and writing teaching assistant. Following law school, he received his Masters of Law Degree in Taxation from New York University School of Law.
Read the rest of Mr. Look’s profile on thedenverlawyers.com
Ryan Woodhouse is the Content and Publications Manager for the Fire & Police Pension Association of Colorado. When not creating content for FPPA, Ryan can be found fly fishing in the Colorado high country or shouting at the TV during University of Wisconsin football and basketball games.