PJ Library and Shalom Baby Host Interactive Toddler Topics Workshop: Documents Every Young Family Needs

Many young families do lots of research on which car seats to buy and what type of food to serve babies and young children, but don’t realize that having the necessary legal documents to protect your child and family are just as important. The next question is, how does one get these documents? PJ Library, Shalom Baby and the JCC are thrilled to host local attorney Nicole Willet-Jones who will teach us about these family planning documents and what each young family should have to make sure their wishes are followed. A free, interactive hour-long session is planned for Sunday, February 28 at 10 a.m. The event is limited to 20 and babysitting is available through JPlay.

Ms. Willet-Jones, a young mother herself, began her legal career in the litigation field practicing criminal law and then moved on to practice medical malpractice defense. In 2011, while pregnant with her son, she realized that estate planning education was missing from the birth care curriculum. She states, “I heard from friends and new parents that they didn’t know who to turn to for wills and trusts. Being very passionate about family, I decided to open my own practice to focus on estate planning and educating parents on the importance of taking care of their family and making their wishes known.”

The Toddler Topics Series are sessions for parents touching on issues unique to young families. Past subjects include nutrition and discipline. This is a free series offered in conjunction with the JCC. This session is informational only and no legal services or solicitation will occur.

Registration for this event is available at www.jewishlouisville.org/toddlertopicsdocuments.

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