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As a thank you for all you do, we want to offer this session as a personal benefit because you give to your community!

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EFCL invites you to a short and interactive workshop: Wills & Estate Planning

Thursday, May 27

12-1 pm

After an amazing Volunteer Week EFCL and our legal team at Reynolds Mirth Richards & Farmer (RMRF) have a special announcement. We have teamed up to thank the hardworking Community League executives and would like to invite you to a FREE session on Wills and Estate Planning. Register today ( Insert Eventbrite link)

This is for YOU! Personally. You already do so much for your League.

This will be an interactive live session and those that register will also have access to the recording and resources made available after the event.

What you need to know about estate planning

Do you need a will? Who should be your executor? What *is* estate planning, anyways?

Join lawyers Shelly Chamaschuk and Emma Banfield as they answer these questions and more. This session promises to be engaging and informative. It is designed to introduce you to knowledge and concepts that will help you make the right decisions for you and your family. We hope you can join us, questions in hand.

Your presenters

Shelly Chamaschuk is an Oliver resident and a partner at Reynolds Mirth Richards & Farmer and the team lead of the firms Wills, Estates & Trusts team. Her practice focuses on corporate / commercial matters, business and succession planning, estate planning, including Wills, Enduring Powers of Attorney, Personal Directives, family trusts, and estate administration. She is recognized by the Best Lawyers™ in Canada in the area of Trusts and Estates.

Emma Banfield is a Strathcona resident and an associate at Reynolds Mirth Richards & Farmer. Her growing practice includes a focus on comprehensive estate planning and estate administration. She brings creativity and depth to her legal practice, helped in no small part by her pre-law career as a professional violinist.

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