Workshop – Letters of Intent

Thursday, January 18th 2024 – 4 pm

Wrapping Up a Loved Ones Estate

Guide Them Through Your Legacy: How to Write a Letter of Intent

January 18th, 2024 – 4 pm

A workshop exclusively for LPP members and their guests.

This is the most important letter you didn’t know you needed to write. And it’s the most important non-legally enforcable document in your estate plan. Some would call it the most important piece of paper to support your plan and your loved ones.

A Letter of Intent complements an estate plan by providing direction and guidance for your trustee once you have become incapacitated or pass away. These letters can be useful in many situations, and become absolutely vital if you have minor children, loved ones with special needs, special wishes regarding a business or investments, or other specific guidance you want to pass along. We have seen families fall apart because of a lack of clarity of vision for parents’ estate plans. Don’t risk your family’s health. Come to this workshop and learn:

  • What is a Letter of Intent?
  • Why do you need to write a Letter of Intent?
  • How do you write an effective Letter of Intent?

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Meet Your Guide: Catherine Hammond

As an attorney in Colorado, Catherine Hammond provides estate and tax planning services to individuals and businesses. Ms. Hammond’s primary focus is protecting families from the devastating legal effects of disability and death through creating comprehensive, values-based estate plans which minimize taxes, costs, and government interference. Ms. Hammond will take the time to get to know you as an individual, learning about your life and values. She will work closely with you through an ongoing relationship to ensure your personal and financial goals are met as your life and the laws change over the years.

See more about Catherine here.

Author Bio

Catherine Hammond is the CEO and founder of Hammond Law Group, a Colorado-based estate planning law firm she founded in 2005. With a strong focus on protecting families from the legal consequences of disability and death, she creates comprehensive estate plans that minimize taxes, costs, and government interference.

A native of Denver, Catherine completed her undergraduate studies at Coe College in Iowa, and her Juris Doctorate from the University of Denver College of Law in 1993, concentrating on estate planning, tax, and mediation. Catherine is a member of various professional organizations, including WealthCounsel, ElderCounsel, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the Colorado Springs Estate Planning Council, and the Purposeful Planning Institute. Beyond her legal expertise, Catherine provides transformational coaching to support clients and their families through life transitions.

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