Through the years, your beloved pets have provided you with companionship, love and comfort. Have you made plans for them if something happens to you? If you have to go to an extended care facility or if you pass away, does your family know what your wishes are concerning your pets?
This presentation will cover the basics of estate planning for you and your pets, the need to decide who will care for them, and how to set up a Pet Trust.
Light refreshments will be served.
There is no cost to attend but space is limited, so an RSVP is required.
To RSVP, complete the form below, or call 602-273-6852 x106
Speaker: Michael Halliday, Attorney at Law, Morris Hall PLLC, an Estate Planning Law Firm
Michael was born and raised in Mesa, AZ. He attended ASU, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Chinese. After graduation, he moved to Salem, OR and attended Willamette University, College of Law. He clerked at the law firm of Schlegel, Jarman and Simons, LLP, and upon passing the Oregon State Bar, was offered a full time attorney position. It was at this law firm that he learned the vital significance of proper planning for individuals and families. This ultimately set the stage to open his own firm and focus primarily on estate planning, trust and probate administration. He maintained a successful solo practice in Salem for 10 years, when his wife's health demanded they move to a drier climate.
- Registration is required
- Doors open at 9:00am for refreshments and seating