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Where There's A Will...But is There?

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July 25, 2020


Texas Court Reporters Association


Business, Finances


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We hear about the “fight over the will” cases on national news and in our own courtrooms sometimes, but how many of us have a will? Ever think about leaving an endowment or trust fund? John Welsh, III, a Corpus Christi attorney who deals primarily in probate matters will give us necessary advice on Estate Planning to assist us in getting our affairs in order.

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N.J. "John" Welsh, IV
Attorney - LAW OFFICE OF N. J. WELSH, IV (Corpus Christi)

Licensed to practice in Texas state courts and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas.Practice areas... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Where There's A Will...But is There? - Video
Where There's A Will...But is There? - Handout
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