Learn How to Protect Your Land at Our Heirs’ Property Seminar
Local Attorney Helps Jackson Citizens Secure Generations Of Land Ownership
Free Heirs’ Property Seminar on May 16th with Special Guest Experts that Include State Rep. Robert L. Johnson, III and Hinds County Chancery Clerk, Eddie Jean Carr
Ridgeland, Miss. (April 23, 2019) — Attorney Vangela M. Wade is inviting the Metro Jackson, Mississippi community to her Free Heirs’ Property Seminar on May 16, 2019, 9am – 11am, at The Mississippi Civil Rights Museum. Key information will be shared in regard to protecting land and ensuring a family’s land ownership legacy.
“Heirs’ Property refers to real property that passes from one person to another upon each person’s death,” says Attorney Vangela M. Wade, President of The Wade Law Firm. “In most cases, without a Will or other legal instrument transferring ownership to that person’s heirs, each heir then has an undivided interest in that property. Over time, this method of inheritance can lead to lack of ‘clear title’ and has the potential of diminishing the value of the property.” A lack of “clear title” makes property less marketable for sale or lease, can interfere with securing loans, grants and government assistance, and is the leading cause of black involuntary land loss.
This FREE seminar, led by Attorney Wade, with special guests State Rep. Robert L. Johnson, III and Hinds County Chancery Clerk, Eddie Jean Carr, will explain the nuances of heir property such as titling, lack of marketable title, and loss of ownership in treasured family land and property. Registration for this FREE seminar is open to the public, however, seating is limited. To secure your seat, you must register with The Wade Law Firm before May 11th by calling 601-856-9967 or online at https://wadelawfirmheirpropertyseminar.eventbrite.com.
About Attorney Vangela M. Wade:
Attorney Vangela M. Wade has practiced law in the Metro-Jackson area for more than 22 years. She focuses her practice on Family Law, Wills and Estates, Elder Law, Life Planning and Asset Protection for Long-Term Care. Among her many associations, Attorney Wade is a member of the American Bar Association (Real Property, Trust and Estate Law), Mississippi Bar Association (Real Property and Estates and Trust Sections), Magnolia Bar Association, the Land Titles Association of Mississippi, Elder Law College, and National Association of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA). She earned her juris doctorate from the University of Mississippi School of Law, where she currently serves as an adjunct law professor. The Wade Law Firm’s Website: www.WadeLawFirmPLLC.com
*The Two Mississippi Museums do not sponsor or endorse this event.*