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Estate webinars to discuss minor childrenEstate webinars to discuss minor children

Inheritance, custody and other issues to be covered during four-part series in February.

MSU News Service

January 31, 2022

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Montana State University Extension will offer a four-part estate and legacy planning webinar series for parents and grandparents who are raising minor-aged children and who have estate planning-related concerns. The webinars will take place noon to 1 p.m. every Thursday in February with the last 15 minutes open for questions.

Specific concerns parents and grandparents might have while raising minors include how to provide funds for children if one or both parents die and managing inherited assets until a child reaches financial maturity, among others. Marsha Goetting, MSU Extension family economics specialist, and Mandie Reed, MSU Extension Wheatland County agent, will co-host the series and address these concerns.

Topics for the series include: who gets your children and assets when you die; what you can do with a will and what you cannot; revocable and testamentary trusts and solutions to children/grandchildren inheriting assets at age 13; and saving more for children/grandchildren by avoiding probate on assets at death.

The series is free. To register, click here. For information, contact Marsha Goetting, MSU Extension family economics specialist, [email protected]

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