financial planner Stephen Zelcer

Live Webinar :
A Crash Course in Estate Planning
w/ Guest Speaker Joseph Fried

You may have heard different estate planning concepts, such as “powers of attorney”, “trust funds”, “probate” and “estate tax”. Is any of this relevant to you? How can you make senses of these seemingly confusing topics.The goal of this webinar is to demystify all of these ideas in an organized and sensible fashion. 

Hopefully after 1 hour, you will leave with an understanding of what these estate planning tools are for, how they differ from one another, and whether or not they apply to you.

In this webinar 11am ET Tuesday March 12th I will broadly cover:

  • Powers of Attorney
  • Wills
  • Trusts
  • Probate 
  • And some tax concepts

Join me, Joseph Fried, Esquire, as we navigate estate planning together.

Register now.

Even if you can’t make it, register and you’ll be able to access the replay.

Looking forward!

Joseph 

Joseph Fried

Joseph Fried

Joseph is a cum laude graduate of the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law. While in school, he interned for the Honorable Robert N. McDonald on Maryland’s highest appellate court. He also worked in the Consumer Bankruptcy Clinic where he guided his clients through the Chapter 7 bankruptcy process. In addition, Joseph served as an editor for the Journal of Healthcare Law and Policy.

Prior to specializing in Estates & Trusts, Joseph practiced commercial and civil litigation. He now uses his litigation background in his estate planning practice to help clients shelter their assets and protect their privacy.
Joseph regularly lectures on the topic of estate planning, and has served on Q&A panels alongside other professionals. He enjoys spending time with his wife and three daughters, competing in his tennis league and playing the piano.
He is a member of the Maryland State Bar Association, Estates and Trusts section.

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