Geo Fox
George Fox

 

Attorney George Fox to speak at Squires & Stags’ Sept. 9 meeting

By Bennett Whipple

Attorney George Fox returns to Squires & Stags on Friday, September 9, bringing more of his sage advice on legal matters to the group’s breakfast meeting at the Clubhouse at Lake Sconti.

His subject this year: “Living Wills are Dinosaurs, and Other Facts of Life.” He says they’re useless in lots of healthcare cases.

He’ll be talking also about living/revocable trusts and when you don’t need them; how to avoid deceased persons’ debts; how “Joint Trusts” and “Reciprocal Trusts” create problems and are like quicksand, among other subjects.      

Fox says email him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if there are other particular situations that he might cover and he will weave them into his presentation.

A graduate of Emory University and its law school, Fox serves as an adjunct professor at the school’s Law Center for Transactional Law and Practice.

He is a frequent speaker before audiences on legal issues, including bankers, financial planners and church groups

Also, he’s been a contributor to the Georgia pages for the “Limited Liability Company Handbook,” published by Thomson Reuters, and has had numerous articles published in the Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog, a part of the Law Professor Blogs Network. 

For the Sept. 9 program, Squires & Stags will meet in the Dogwood Room at the Clubhouse at Lake Sconti. New members and guests are welcome to attend. Coffee is ready at 7:45 a.m. followed by a buffet breakfast served at 8:00 a.m. The price of breakfast is $13 payable on your POA account or by cash at the door.

Reservations are required and must be received by Noon on Thursday before the Friday morning meeting. Reservations are available now by clicking Squires September 9.

Use of the online reservation system is encouraged, but if it’s not available you may call Kim Cooper at (706) 268-1115 to make reservations.


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