The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will present the next installment of its Landowner Development Program series on May 21 in Cleburne.
Estate planning will be the topic of the event, which will start at 1:30 p.m. at the Johnson County Extension Conference Room, 109 W. Chambers St.
Cost is $15, payable by card, cash or check at the door. Preregister by calling the AgriLife Extension office of Johnson County at 817-556-6370.
Jacob Wooley, an estate planning attorney and partner at Crain & Wooley, will be the featured speaker.
“Estate planning is a topic that most people want and need to learn more about,” said Justin Hale, AgriLife Extension agriculture and natural resources agent for Johnson County. “Mr. Wooley will be providing an overview on what people need to be thinking about and planning for.”
- Planning for Large and Small Ranch Operations.
- The Current Probate Process.
- Trust Planning for Normal People.
- LLCs and Limited Family Partnerships.
- Fact vs. Fiction, Last Wills and Testaments.
Wooley grew up on a farm and his stated practice is helping clients develop comprehensive estate planning that gives them peace of mind knowing their affairs are in order.