Financial Series ConcludesPublished: February 15, 2012
University Relations and Development’s Office of Gift Planning at CSULB’s will conclude its series that presents practical strategies individuals can use when managing difficult family situations or a family member’s incapacity both during your lifetime and in your estate plan. Financial professionals from the areas of law, insurance and finance will present information and answer questions on a variety of topics.
The final session will be held Tuesday, Feb. 21, and will run from 5-6:30 p.m. at the Barrett Athletic Administration Center, located just south of the Walter Pyramid.
The series is free and available to the general public. Due to space limitations, registration is required.
The series final topic will be—What to Do to Avoid the Pitfalls: How to communicate about difficult topics with family members, protective trusts for blended families, and how to choose the right trustee who can handle your situation.
Parking is available in lot 13 or structure 1 and individuals can purchase a day parking permit for $5 from the yellow parking permit dispensers located in both lots.