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Businesswomen often have to juggle between their business, family, and children.
How do you keep a balance of everything while protecting your assets at the same time?
Join us for an educational seminar where we will share important financial and legal solutions every businesswoman should know to protect their loved ones. You will walk away with smart tips on wealth preservation and strategies on how to plan for the unforeseen.
Speakers, Amy Hsiao and Nichole Mayer will provide attendees with a Gift Certificate value of $1,000 for Hsiao Law Services and a Gift Certificate value of $750 for a Personal Financial Plan.*
Lunch and light refreshments will be provided.
4275 Executive Square, Unit 800
La Jolla, CA 92037
Join other parents and learn about how you can take steps to protect your family and assets.
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Hsiao Law, PC
4225 Executive Square
La Jolla, CA 92037
(858) 386-0998 phone
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