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Request your FREE planning booklet today! 

Whatever your stage in life, it is a good idea to think about and plan for how your affairs will be handled. A few simple steps today can give you peace of mind tomorrow by ensuring that you and your loved ones are well protected. 

Join other loyal public media supporters by requesting your FREE organizer, then get your estate plan off the ground during National Estate Planning Awareness Week 2018.

To recieve your FREE planning booklet through the mail, please call John Anthony Farkas Jr. at (570) 602-1134 or email johnafarkas@wvia.org.

If you would like to download the FREE e-planning booklet, click here.

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