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TCHF to Host Free Estate Planning Seminars
The Treasure Coast Hospice Foundation will host free “Protect Your Legacy” estate planning seminars in March. The seminars, conducted by local professionals, will begin at 10 am at three convenient Treasure Coast locations: March 8, Treasure Coast Hospice, 1201 SE Indian Street, Stuart; March 15, Treasure Coast Hospice, 5000 Dunn Road, Ft. Pierce; and March 22, IRSC – Pruitt Campus, 500 NW California Blvd., Port St. Lucie.
The seminars will provide important information about estate planning and answer questions about:
- Estate Planning Documents
- Estate Taxes
- Charitable Giving
- Lady Bird Deeds
- Forced Inheritance
- Avoiding Probate, Taxes and Family Discord
“Estate planning is an important part of end-of-life planning,” said Treasure Coast Hospice Foundation Board Chairman John Doody. “Our goal is to help people in our community better understand various estate planning topics so they can create a plan that provides peace of mind while protecting their legacy.”
All attendees will receive a free Estate Planning Guide. To register for a “Protect Your Legacy” seminar, visit www.TreasureHealth.org/Legacy or call the Treasure Coast Hospice Foundation office at 772-403-4547.
Treasure Coast Hospice Foundation is a nonprofit, community-based organization that raises funds to support hospice and grief support programs for patients and families in Martin, St. Lucie and Okeechobee counties. Since 1982, Treasure Coast Hospice has provided access to compassionate, caring, expert and professional hospice and grief support services to patients and families at the end of life. Thanks to the support of generous donors, the Treasure Coast Hospice Foundation is able to fund indigent hospice care, three Inpatient Units, a pediatric hospice program, music therapy, virtual reality experiences and comprehensive grief support programs, including individual and group bereavement services and Camp Good Grief for children who have experienced the loss of a loved one.