Colonial Capital Kiwanis hears about estate planning

Jeremy C. Johnson, who is a partner in the Law Firm of Johnson, Gasink and Baxter, recently presented a program to the Kiwanis Club of Colonial Capital about the importance of estate planning and wills. He pointed out that every situation is different and encouraged all the members to have a formal plan in order to minimize taxes and family succession issues that can happen when death occurs. He also suggested a review of a durable power of attorney every five years in order to assure that personal preferences are honored in the event of a disability. Pictured above are club member Phil DuPriest, Johnson and Club Past President Pete Webster.

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