Workshop – Unsabotage Your Estate Plan

Thursday, June 27th 2024 – 4 pm

Has it been a while since you reviewed your plans?


Concerned life changes will affect them?

What about changes in the law?


June 27th, 2024 – 4 pm – In Person in Colorado Springs and Live Online.

A workshop for all Hammond Law Group and their Guests (especially those who haven’t come in to see us lately).

You spent valuable time and effort to get your estate plan in place.   

Unfortunately, without occasional attention, the best estate plan might completely override your goals. Changes in the law, in your family, and in your finances could expose you to risk over the years.   

Most clients make one of several repeated mistakes that result in their estate plan failing. These pitfalls are easy to avoid with just a little bit of attention every few years.  

Be informed and make sure your estate plan is up to date. Learn the 8 common ways estate plans fail and how to unsabotage yours. 


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Meet Your Guide: Whitney Hey

Whitney first became interested in law school when an interfamily conflict meant that a guardianship hearing was necessary for her grandmother, and she attended the hearing as moral support.  Whitney’s goal is to help make the estate planning process as easy as possible for her clients, so that they feel confident that their wishes will be handled appropriately.  Whitney graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law in 2017 after completing the 2-Year Accelerated program. 

After law school Whitney passed the July 2017 bar exam and began her work as an associate attorney for The Moller Law Group LLC. which focused on family law, probate, and trust and estate planning. In 2020, when the firm was purchased by the Business Law Group and rebranded as the Family Law Group, P.C. Whitney continued to represent clients in Trust and Estate Law, Probate Law and Elder Law. She began working for Hammond Law Group in January 2023. 


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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