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Estate planning workshop offered in De Queen

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Jean Ince- Domestic Columnist

Deciding
who will get what upon your
death is something most of
us would rather not think
about.
However, plans should be
in place in order for property
and possessions to transfer
easily. While a last will and
testament is a very important
document, it is only one
part of an estate plan.
There is much more to
a total estate plan and it
can be quite confusing and
overwhelming.
Howard County Cooperative
Extension Service will
be offering a two part estate
planning workshop on Mon.,
Nov. 2 and Thurs., Nov. 5.
This workshop is a collaborative
program with
Sevier and Polk Counties.
The program will be held at
the Agriculture/Adams Bldg.
on UA Cossatot Campus in
DeQueen.
The program will begin
each night with a meal being
served at 5:30 p.m.
The program should conclude
each night around 8:30
p.m.
A registration fee of $15
per person or $20 per couple
(spouses) will be charged to
cover program costs including
the meal.
Registration for the program
is due by Fri., Oct. 23.
If you are interested in
learning more about this
workshop or to register,
please call the Howard
County Extension Office at
870-845-7517 or the Sevier
County Extension Office at
870-584-3013.
The Arkansas Cooperative
Extension Service is an
equal opportunity/equal
access/affirmative action
institution.
If you require a reasonable
accommodation to participate
or need materials in
another format, please contact
your County Extension
office as soon as possible.
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