Prepare Your Own Will (Online)
Adult Classes and Activities / Manage Money -
Who will be the guardian of your minor children if you die? Who will serve as your Personal Representative and who do you wish to inherit your property? Without a Will, the laws of the State of Minnesota and a Probate Court judge make those decisions. Whether married, single or divorced, a Will can ensure that your wishes are carried out. Prepare a complete legal Will during class. Receive instructions, a professionally prepared document, and a notary public – everything you need. The Will is for individual use, designed for those who do not own a business. Couples must register individually. Note: Because this class will be held online, you will need to have your Will notarized on your own through a community resource.
Registration fees are not being taken at this time unless you will be using account credits from previously cancelled classes. To use your account credits please use the payment method "register with account credits" and payment will be taken immediately. For "register now, pay later" your credit card will be billed 3 days prior to the class start date. You will be notified if this class is cancelled.
Online Format: This instructor's course has been transitioned into a virtual class using the Zoom online platform. Before registering, make sure your device meets the minimum requirements; view minimum requirements here: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362023-System-Requirements-for-PC-Mac-and-Linux.
After you register, your class confirmation email will include information on how you access this class online. We are confident that you will enjoy the same quality experience from the comfort of home!
ADAM ALTMAN Adam is an associate at Altman & Izek. He focuses on the firm’s transactional and corporate law. He specializes in helping guide entrepreneurs through the lifecycle of a business, from incorporation to sale. Mr. Altman graduated from Yeshiva University in 2007, where he was the CEO of a $1.3 million dollar book sale that funded many of the student life activities at the University. Upon graduation he did a fellowship at the University where he focused on real estate transactions that facilitated the growth and improvement of the campus. He graduated from William Mitchell College of Law in 2012, and was admitted to the Bar of the State of Minnesota the same year. Mr. Altman is married and has one child. He is active in his community and lectures at a local high school on entrepreneurship and the legal profession.