Are You and Your Family Protected?

FREE Seminar Will Reveal How Falling For Any One Of Eight Estate Planning Myths Can Hurt You and Your Family and What You Can Do To Protect Yourself and Family!

— Exclusively for 55 and older or those worried about their 65+ parents —

Presented by Aaron Miller, Attorney and National Speaker

You are Invited to Attend a FREE Seminar to Learn: “The 8 Myths of Estate Planning”

Estate Planning isn’t just for the “wealthy”! If you are 55 or older, and have a desire to reduce or eliminate stress on your family after you pass; you have a desire to have your wishes in place if you become seriously ill; you have a desire to protect your life savings from being spent on nursing home care; OR you have a desire to make sure your kids don’t lose your money due to divorce or creditor issues; you are eligible to learn the answers and solutions you have been looking for to protect your family! Hi, I’m Aaron Miller, an estate planning attorney, and I focus on helping people who are ready to plan to make sure their loved ones are protected as much as possible and plan for serious illness so that your wishes will be followed instead of someone else’s.

According to the American Bar Association (ABA), 55% of the adult population does not have an estate plan. So, if you’re ready to put a plan in place to protect your family, then attending this FREE seminar is a must!

At The Seminar You Will Discover…
  • What an Estate Plan s, and what it ISN’T
  • Why Estate Planning is not something you can put off until later
  • How falling for these Eight BIG Myths about estate planning could leave you and your family unprotected
  • What to do if you or a loved one might need to pay for nursing home care
  • And MUCH more! If you do not have an Estate Plan (Or if it has been five years since you put a plan in place) – Attending this seminar is a MUST!

“What I expected was first class service and that is what I received…. I highly recommend them.” M. Monk

The firm “was very thorough in our will and the wording and explanation to us. We felt like our questions were answered and we are very satisfied.”
M. & S. Arwood

Are you accepting the “State’s Rules” for your family by default?

People often put off their planning because they think that they have plenty of time because they aren’t “old.” But there are two types of planning: Planning where you are in control, or planning where someone else is in control.

If you have not created an estate plan, then you have defaulted to the “State’s Rules” for your family. What are the State’s Rules? If you don’t put planning in place yourself, the state has a plan for your family for what happens to you if you become unable to understand financial decisions or if you pass away. In this scenario you have NO CONTROL.

Many people think that their assets will just automatically pass to their spouse, but that is often not the case. In fact, if you are under the state’s rules, your assets might go to your children, parents, or siblings, instead of your spouse.

Protect Your Kids!

Often parents leave their children money outright, thinking that they are doing them a favor. But according to a recent online Money magazine article, it takes about 19 days for someone who has received an inheritance to purchase a new car. In other words, they start to blow it. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Instead of letting them have your money outright, it is possible to protect it from themselves. Or if they are responsible, you can still protect it from being sucked away by creditors or your no-good so and so, son or daughter in law. And if they are responsible or you think they will be when they get a little bit older, it can be done in a way that they can have control over the money.

What is your plan for long term care?

Many people are shocked to find out that long term nursing home care in our area can cost about $60,000 per year! According to one study, 69% of those over 65 will need some form of long term care. Yet most people have absolutely no planning for their care. In fact, it is probably a safe bet that most people spend more time planning their vacation than what is going to happen to them if they become seriously ill. As a result, many Americans lose their life savings. But it doesn’t have to be that way! We can show you how that can all be avoided.

More about Aaron Miller

Aaron Miller is an estate planning attorney, national speaker, and architect of the Family Defense System, for which he has helped hundreds of people protect themselves and family. He focuses exclusively on estate planning and elder law. He can be reached at 101 E. Park Blvd., Suite 600, Plano Texas, 75074. For more information, contact (214) 292-4225 or visit


Thursday, October 29 at 6:30pm

Located at the NTC Health and Fitness

(Seminar Room)

2540 East Plano Pkwy #142

Plano, Texas 75074

Bring Your Spouse and a Friend! — Adults Only

Space is VERY limited and you must register to attend.

Seating is limited and seats fill fast, so call to reserve your seat NOW at: (214) 292-4225