Sheryll Law, P.C. Presents Multiple Complimentary Estate Planning Webinars

RIVERHEAD, New York—Jay Sheryll, Attorney and Owner of Sheryll Law, P.C, an estate planning and elder law firm, recently introduced a complimentary webinar a week for an average of three complimentary webinars per month. Hosted by Sheryll, the webinars focus on various topics, including:

  • Estate Planning 101
  • Revocable vs. Irrevocable Trusts
  • Avoiding Probate
  • How to Be an Executor
  • Pros & Cons of Living Trusts

Each webinar features a detailed review of a particular topic, a discussion of the pros and cons of different estate planning tools, and a Q&A session. Registrants can also take advantage of exclusive offers and receive a webinar recording.

“I’m delighted to serve residents on the East End of Long Island with these complimentary webinars every month,” says Sheryll. “Estate planning is an important process for anyone, regardless of their financial situation. Lacking a proper plan, an individual’s assets could get tied up in court or litigation, causing undue stress and strain on their loved ones. With multiple estate planning options and complex laws, individuals must understand their choices and the best vehicles for achieving their goals, protecting their loved ones, and leaving a legacy. We’ve received positive feedback from participants, who have really enjoyed these webinars and found them helpful. I invite everyone interested in taking steps to protect their families and ensure their assets are passed down from generation to generation to join us.”

To register for an upcoming webinar, click here. Even if you can’t attend at the scheduled time, by registering, you will receive a replay. You can watch online from your mobile device or computer.

Watch the replay of a recent webinar entitled Revocable vs. Irrevocable Trust: What are the Differences?

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About Sheryll Law, P.C.

Sheryll Law, P.C., offers more than standard estate planning and elder law services. At Sheryll Law, P.C., it’s called “Legacy Planning” because the goal is to protect clients and their loved ones in a caring and compassionate way and ensure their assets remain within their families.

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