Empowering Generations: Habitat for Humanity Greater Orlando & Osceola County offers the community a free estate planning course.
Estate planning allows us to shape our legacy and ensure the well-being of generations to come. By taking the time to plan, we safeguard a family’s biggest assets, including their home, and teach the invaluable lessons of financial responsibility and security. It’s a gesture of love that extends far beyond our own lifetimes, forging a path for the prosperity of our families.
In our pursuit of ensuring a stable and well-prepared future, Habitat for Humanity Greater Orlando & Osceola County will be conducting an estate planning class on Wednesday, Sept. 27, from 6-8 p.m. at Habitat’s headquarters, 4116 Silver Star Road in Orlando. This estate planning course is free and open to the public, although registration is required.
This course aims to provide attendees with insights into estate planning complexities and the importance of creating a meaningful legacy. Participants will gain knowledge about transferring property after death and other personal aspects crucial for their family’s financial security.
The class is offered through our newly expanded educational series, Habitat U. Through education, Habitat U empowers Central Floridians to make informed financial decisions and gain a comprehensive understanding of both the responsibilities and advantages that come with owning a home. Homeownership education is just one of the ways Habitat Orlando & Osceola continues to Face The Housing Crisis™.
Estate planning isn’t just about money; it’s about the enduring impact we can have on our family’s future, allowing generational wealth to become a beacon of hope and opportunity for those we hold closest to our hearts. For those interested in joining us, please register here. To learn more about other classes offered, visit Eventbrite.
Fatima Gaynor is the client support manager at Habitat for Humanity Greater Orlando & Osceola County.