Finishing Well: Creating Thriving Multi-Generational Family Legacy Plans
Join us for a interactive luncheon discussion with Jeanne McMains on the topic of Family Legacy Planning.
The world of taxes, finances and estate planning can be complex and mind-numbing. Families can quickly lose their focus and wind up in unintended places.
This special event will help families with ideas for creating thriving multi-generational legacies as they focus on developing four areas of intentionality within their family culture and throughout their complex estate planning strategies.
|Date:||Tuesday, April 16, 2019|
|Time:||11:30 am to 1:30 pm|
10500 NE 8th Street
There is no cost to attend this event, but space is limited and advance registration is required.
For more information please contact Beverly Beppler at 206-577-3603.
About our Speaker:
Jeanne Lee McMains, J.D.
Vice President of Gift Planning Services, National Christian Foundation
Jeanne has been a practicing attorney in the areas of estate planning, business succession, and non-profits since 1995. After owning her own law firm and practicing with a large Midwest law firm, Jeanne currently serves as the Vice President of Gift Planning with The National Christian Foundation where she assists families nationwide with achieving their charitable gift planning goals.
Throughout her career, Jeanne has served as a featured presenter for several financial institutions including A.G. Edwards & Sons, AllianceBernstein, Fidelity Investments, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, New York Life, Northwestern Mutual, Principal Financial Group, and Ronald Blue Trust. She is also a featured speaker for numerous charitable organizations including: Alliance Defense Fund, Christian Legal Society, Christian Medical Dental Association, Compassion International, Focus on the Family, Kingdom Advisors, Pepperdine University, and the Young Life Foundation.
Jeanne obtained her law degree from Indiana University on academic scholarship and her undergraduate degree from Purdue University with highest distinction honors (summa cum laude equivalent).