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First Community Trust makes it easy to begin planning for the future, and we are here to help you get started! Join Francis A. "Chip" Murray of First Community Trust as he presents an Estate Planning Seminar.

Estate Planning Seminar
Cedar Falls Public Library
Tuesday, August 19
5:30 - 6:30 p.m.

Estate planning is about getting the right legal documents in place to plan for the possibility of mental incapacity and inevitable death. How do I know if I need a Trust instead of a simple Will? Many people assume that Revocable Living Trusts are just for the wealthy, but the benefits that they can offer to the average person are significant.

Estate planning should be approached in the same manner that you would approach any other important decision in your life. When it comes to deciding whether or not you should set up a Revocable Living Trust as part of your estate plan, you'll need to understand the main benefits that a Revocable Living Trust offers over a Last Will and Testament.

Learn all about the essential estate planning documents including:

  • Last Will and Testaments
  • Revocable Living Trusts
  • Irrevocable Trusts

Enjoy refreshments as the experts from First Community Trust explain how trusts and wills are important parts of your estate plan.

Seating is limited. Reserve your spot by calling (319) 236-6792 or RSVP online.

Francis A. "Chip" Murray, President & Chief Operating Officer, First Community Trust
Mr. Murray has over 25 years of financial and trust experience. He has been involved in all phases of banking and trust services as a commercial lender, trust manager and senior retail officer.
Julie Ames

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