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A Skilled Presenter

Atty. Sylvester is an estate planning and probate attorney who serves as a frequent speaker at estate and financial planning seminars, conferences and private investment groups in northern Illinois ( including Cook County and Lake County) and Wisconsin. He is often asked to speak on the following topics:

  • The 10 Most Common Estate Planning Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
  • 5 Things You Should Know About Will vs. Living Trust Estate Planning
  • How Special Needs Trust Work
  • Advanced Estate Planning Techniques for Large Estates
  • Using Trusts in Modest Estates
  • The Truth About Probate: The Good and The Not So Good
  • Probate: A Step-by-Step Analysis
  • Asset Protection Planning: From the Simple to the Complex
  • The ABCs of IRAs and Roth IRAs
  • How to Properly Fund Your Living Trust for Probate Avoidance
  • How to Give to Charities and Still Leave Your Family Secure
  • Choosing the Right Executor and/or Trustee
  • How to Minimize or Eliminate Estate Taxes and Other Death Costs

Scheduled Courses:

There are no scheduled presentations at this time.

Please contact us at (847) 251 - 2999 for anticipated seminars, or to request that the Chicago estate planning lawyer of Sylvester Law Firm speak to your group on a topic of your choice.

Sylvester Law Firm, PC - Chicago Attorney
1000 Skokie Blvd., Suite 320
Wilmette, IL 60091. View Map
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