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Money Watch Q & A: Estate Planning 101

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Estate planning can be complicated, but tonight's Money Watch Q & A guest says it's a must. And he's offering free help this week.

David Gamble Jr. is an associate attorney with Hawkins, Folsom and Muir and he's hosting a seminar Thursday night called estate planning 101.

If you have any questions for him, call 858-2222 between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. tonight.

For future questions, call 786-4646.

The seminar is being held at the offices of First Centennial Title Co. at 1450 Ridgeview Drive, Suite 100 in Reno. To RSVP email grmappt@gmail.com. He will cover a range of topics including the basics of wills and trusts, why a trust is usually recommended over a will and how to protect your assets using estate planning tools.
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