Leaving a Living Legacy, Beyond the Inheritance


Wednesday, July 8, 2020


12:00 PM America/New_York

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To most people, the term “legacy” evokes thoughts of money and property.  While these assets can be a component of your legacy, they are typically much less important than the intangible legacies we leave.  Unlike money and property, intangible legacies – your belief system, milestones, stories, and skills- are inexhaustible resources that can live on for generation after generation.  The presentation includes a brief review of legal planning necessary to pass on the tangible followed by an interactive discussion of how to leave intangible legacies.  You will also receive tips for ways to pass on those personal effects that mean something to you, but not as much to your beneficiaries.

Follow along with Jeff to start your story.  Download the My Story Worksheet  from the Stinson Law Firm website to begin your story today.

Mr Jeffery Stinson

Jeff is the founder of the Stinson Law Firm, LLC a legal practice dedicated to serving elderly and disabled Hoosiers. He is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) and the Indiana State Bar Association. He is a Past President of the Indiana Chapter of NAELA and past Chair of the Elder law section of the Indiana State Bar Association. Jeff has also been Certified as an Elder Law Attorney (CELA) by the National Elder Law Foundation, a distinction held by only a handful of lawyers in Indiana. From 2010-2016 Jeff was named as one of the State’s “Rising Stars” in Super Lawyer magazine. In 2018, 2019, and 2020, Jeff was named as one of State’s Super Lawyers in the area of elder law.
Jeff enjoys educating both clients and the public at large regarding issues effecting the elderly and disabled and he often speaks at community events. He is also a regular speaker at multiple continuing legal education events.