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ESU Foundation Estate Planning Services

A Unique Legacy Planning Option

For people who care about how their wealth is transferred to future generations, the ESU Foundation provides a comprehensive, free way to plan your estate. Emporia State alumni, faculty & staff and donors are eligible for this service.

Though you do need to work with an attorney to execute final documents, our process gives you cost-free, objective advice and comprehensive plan design that eliminates income, gift, estate, inheritance, and generation-skipping taxes, as well as facilitates the smooth transition of a business, farm, or other assets to your family.

John Griffin can help you maximize the value of your estate distributed to successive generations, and should you choose to, also have a greater opportunity to provide support to the communities and causes you love.

If you would like to learn more about this service and how it can help you, please contact Shannon Massey, Campaign Manager for Emporia State University Foundation

620.341.6463
smassey1@emporia.edu

About John Griffin

John Griffin is an estate planning consultant through Stewardship Counseling, LLC. Raised in the Netherlands and Northwest Iowa, John holds a J.D. from the University of South Dakota School of Law. After practicing law in South Dakota, John joined Stewardship Counseling, LLC in 1991. He is a member of the Kansas Bar, the South Dakota Bar, the Central Kansas Planned Giving Roundtable, and the National Committee on Planned Giving. The Emporia State University Foundation contracts with John Griffin to provide estate planning services to you free of charge. All information is confidential.