Happy New Year From Vitt Law Offices, PLC!
We hope the start of the new year brings with it joy and prosperity to you and your loved ones! 2015 has already been a busy and joyful year for our Vitt Law Offices Family. We hosted Client Review Seminars at the Boar’s Head Inn on January 21st, as well as our monthly Free Estate Planning Seminars on January 20th and 22nd. Additionally, the Vitt Family welcomed a new member on January 21st, 2015 when Loretta Vitt-Dubovsky and husband Michael Dubovsky welcomed their son, Arlo! Arlo is Loretta and Michael’s first child as well as Jim and Dianne’s first grandchild! For information and resources related to protecting your wealth for future generations, and gifting to grandchildren, please visit our website, www.vittlaw.com to view our “Reports” section, or call our office at 434-971-3025. For further information about estate planning, register to attend one of our Free Estate Planning Seminars on February 10th, 2015 at 10am and 6pm at our office, 880-A Rio East Court, Charlottesville, VA 22901. Registration is required, and you can register online at www.vittlaw.com, or by phone by calling our office at (434) 971-3025.
Happy New Year!
Please Support and/or Join us on the Walk to End Alzheimer’s on October 18!
This year the Vitt Law Offices, PLC team is excited to be once again joining Sharon Celsor-Hughes’ “Team Arts Fusion I” as we participate in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Saturday, October 18th at Lee Park in Charlottesville. Sharon Celsor-Hughes is the Creative Arts Director for the Alzheimer’s Association of Central and Western Virginia.
If you would like to walk with us, or if you simply would like to make a donation to help the Alzheimer’s Association find a cure for Alzheimer’s, you may do so by clicking on the link below. If you prefer to contribute by check, please make checks payable to “Alzheimer’s Association” with a memo referencing Team Arts Fusion I. You may send your check to the attention of Mrs. Sharon Celsor-Hughes at The Alzheimer’s Association, 1160 Pepsi Pl #306 Charlottesville, VA 22901, or to Vitt Law Offices, PLC, 880-A Rio East Court, Charlottesville, VA 22901 (checks must be made payable to “Alzheimer’s Association”), and we will see that it gets to the Alzheimer’s Association.
Thank you for your support in helping the Alzheimer’s Association find a cure!
Please click on the following link to join us in participating in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s or to contribute to help find a cure: http://act.alz.org/site/TR/Walk/VA-CentralandWesternVirginia?fr_id=3755&pg=entry
Please give us a call if you have questions, or if we may be of assistance! (434) 971-3025.
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