If you are in the Albuquerque area on February 13th, 2024- you will not want to miss this valuable Seminar!
|How have changes in the Financial and Legal Landscape impacted your retirement plans? What financial and legal strategies you can you use to protect your nest egg?
Come join us at the Holiday Park Community Center in Albuquerque, NM, USA on Tue Feb 13 2024 at 10:00 AM for a FREE insightful event discussing the recent changes in the financial and legal landscape.
Don’t miss this opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and insights from our expert panelists. In this seminar, we will discuss strategies for you to plan for, manage and optimize your finances for retirement in the current environment, and consider the pros and cons of various legal instruments you can use to preserve your nest egg or leave an inheritance.
Join us to get the most recent developments, ask questions, and engage in meaningful conversations!
Here’s what to expect: This is a strict no-selling event. There will be no sales pitches. Local expert panelists speaking on seminar topic Q&A time at the end to ask questions Opportunity to talk with experts afterwards Learn about important resources & information.
Future topics in our FREE Monthly Seminars include:
Downsizing Made Easy
Financial Planning Estate Plans, Wills & Trusts
The Healthcare Maze
Selling Your Home
Leaving a Legacy
Click the link below to register at SeniorEmpowermentSeries.com!
Get to know Attorney, Christina Cavaleri- Featured Panelist
During her 15 years as an attorney, Christina has served a wide range of clients with an incredible variety of needs. She has represented clients in civil and criminal litigation, debt collection, probate, estate planning, real estate disputes, title issues, disability advocacy, civil rights, medical malpractice, personal injury, contract disputes, and alternative dispute resolution. Christina is a member in good standing of the New Mexico and Colorado Bars. She earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. As a Colorado attorney, Christina gained experience in complex estate planning, tax planning, trust and estate administration, and trust and estate litigation, including disability advocacy and benefits planning. Upon relocating to New Mexico, Christina branched out into a more general civil litigation practice, representing businesses and individuals in every court in New Mexico, including the Court of Appeals and Supreme Court. Christina served as the managing attorney of the New Mexico office of Machol & Johannes, a multi-state creditors’ rights firm. She represented famous and infamous clients in her civil rights and criminal defense practice. She now brings her diverse background to help business clients work through conflicts and meet and exceed their organizational goals.
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