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55+ Catered Luncheon

May 9 | 11:30am @ FLC | $7 | Senior Adults 55+ | Guest Speaker: Attorney Daniel Ufford

Catered Luncheon:

Adults 55 & older are welcome to join us at the Family Life Center on May 9th at 11:30am. The cost is $7 per person. 

Guest Speaker: Attorney Daniel P. Ufford | Discussing Wills, Estate Planning, and More

To sign up, you must register online or email / call Donna at the office | | 931-648-8031

Sign-ups end May 6th

About Our Speaker:

Daniel P. Ufford has been licensed as an attorney for 14 years, and as a mediator for 6 years. Mr. Ufford is motivated to bring true service to the legal profession. He strives to provide access to the legal system for all clients that seek his services.

Mr. Ufford is a General Practitioner who works primarily out of Clarksville, but practices across Middle Tennessee. Mr. Uffordcan assist you with any area of law, but focuses his practice mainly on Family Law, Estate Planning, Business Planning, and Criminal Law.

Estate Planning Questions:


What is Estate Planning?

Estate planning is a process involving the counsel of professional advisors who are familiar with your goals and concerns, your assets and how they are owned, and your family structure. Estate planning covers the transfer of property at death as well as a variety of other personal matters and may or may not involve tax planning. The core document most often associated with this process is your will

What happens if you die without a Will?

If you die without a will, the state’s laws of descent and distribution will determine who receives your property by default. These laws vary from state to state. That plan may or may not reflect your actual wishes, and some of the built-in protections may not be necessary for your family setting. A will allows you to alter the state’s default plan to suit your personal preferences. It also permits you to exercise control over personal decisions that broad and general state default provisions cannot address.

What is a Trust?

Trusts are legal arrangements that can provide incredible flexibility for the ownership of certain assets, and enable you and your heirs to achieve a number of significant personal goals that cannot be achieved otherwise. The trust operates outside, and beyond, what is covered by a will. 

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