Receiving and Returning: A Practical Theology of Estate Planning with Cameron Fathauer- September 17th, 2023

The Mission Advancement Office for the Conventual Franciscan Friars: Province of Our Lady of Consolation is hosting the workshop “Receiving and Returning: A Practical Theology of Estate Planning?” on three upcoming dates in Indiana. These workshops offer you the opportunity to ask questions from an expert, local attorney Cameron Fathauer, on a very important topic.  Up to 70% of Americans do not have an estate planning document like a will or trust in place. 

While death is a difficult part of the human experience, planning for it does not have to be.  

The goal for the presentation is to educate families and business owners on: 

  • How to save money and avoid estate taxes 
  • How to control your assets 
  • The theological and constitutional background of estate planning 
  • How to protect yourself and loved ones in the event of death or disability 
  • Embrace your role as a receiver and recognize the opportunity to return and give back. 

Receiving and Returning: A Practical Theology of Estate Planning 

Sunday, September 17th 9:15am-10:45am
St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church
316 N. Sherwood Avenue
Clarksville, Indiana 47129

Can’t Join us on September 17, 2023?  Here are two other opportunities to attend our Estate Planning Workshop

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Your Hosts

Fr. John Bamman, OFM Conv.

Shaunna Graf

Cameron Fathauer

Expert Guest Speaker

Cameron Fathauer is a personal injury and estate planning attorney in the State of Indiana and the Commonwealth of Kentucky. His fields of legal specialty include personal injury, traumatic brain injury, car accidents, premises liability, wrongful death, wills, and trusts. He received his J.D. from Indiana University’s Maurer School of Law in Bloomington, IN, where he was recognized as a Forrest E. Jump scholar. 

Cameron founded a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization called Voice of TBI to brain injury survivors and caregivers. He and his wife have four children together named Scarlett, Albert, Charlee and Frankii – the latter of which are triplets. As a husband, father, Christian, and attorney, he is thankful to be where he is and looks forward to seeing where others can go! 

Attending a workshop presented by a licensed estate planning attorney, bound by a code of ethics, ensures you will not be pressured by anyone to buy services you don’t need.  

Let us know you are interested in future workshops.  We will keep your email address on file and an email with the link to this landing page will be sent to the email address you provide.

The Province of Our Lady of Consolation is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization (EIN # 35-6019627) and does not provide tax, legal, or financial advice. Any document or information shared by our staff is intended to be educational. We strongly encourage donors to seek counsel from their own legal and financial advisors.