If something happens to you...
Wednesday, February 6, 2019
@ 8:00 pm ET / 5:00 pm PT
Did you know if you died tomorrow it could take your kids a year or more to get their inheritance?
I've talked to a lot of people just like YOU.
You know you want to get this off your to-do list, but:
You've been saying this to yourself for how long now? Try something different.
You have nothing to lose and your family has everything to gain.
Register today and take a step toward finally getting your Will or Trust done, and have the peace of mind you know you want. Plus I'll send you the eBook, "Finally Get Your Will Done - A Guide to Getting Unstuck and Figuring Out Who You're Gonna Count On In A Crisis!" and our biweekly newletter that's as entertaining as it is informative (our readers' favorite segment is the recipe! Go figure.)
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Tracey Ingle is not your ordinary attorney. Sure, she has all the training and degrees on her wall: a Bachelor's degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a law degree from Suffolk University Law School (where she attended school in the evening while working full-time). She has even been sworn in to argue cases before the United States Supreme Court in Washington, DC, just in case your probate goes that far. She is a Past-President of the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and has been honored by the Worcester Business Journal as one of it’s 40 Under 40, and the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce as a Small Business of the Year.
There is a lot more to Attorney Ingle’s practice than the rote mechanics of estate planning, child protection solutions, probate and elder law. What's unique about Tracey and everyone at Ingle Law is that they genuinely enjoy helping families. They solve the puzzles unique to estate planning, long-term care planning and benefits application, and probate and trust administration. Tracey's working philosophy is to identify all the risks and issues, look at all the options, and support her clients in whatever direction they want to go. The objective is helping a client make informed decisions, not shoving a client into a “one size fits most” solution. When Tracey is not solving puzzles for her clients, she’s probably solving them for herself in the form of hobbies and interests. She can often be found cooking, singing karaoke, at the gym or traveling. Most recently, Tracey returned to running, completing the Boston Athletic Association’s Distance Medley (5K, 10K and Half Marathon) in multiple years. And yes, there is often a jigsaw puzzle in process on the dining room table. The puzzles and challenges never get boring.
Register now and also receive: Register for this call now and I'll send you the eBook, Finally Get Your Will Done - a guide to getting unstuck, and figuring out who you're gonna count on in a crisis!