FREE Virtual Will Workshop (members only)

FREE Virtual Will Workshop (members only)

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Hear from the Partner of our California Law Firm Parker Stanbury, DAVID COWAN!

About this event

August is National Make-a-Will Month

So, join us for a FREE Virtual Will Workshop (members of PPLSI / LegalShield Only)

Not a Member Yet? Register TODAY for a legal plan (only a $1 a day) with Kai : and get a FREE Will for you and your spouse or domestic partner! Please call me, Kai Deering at (408) 807-7865 to register you over the phone or to answer any questions.

DID YOU KNOW that 54% of adults today don't have a will or even know where to being to write one.

Come and hear from the Partner for the California Law Firm, Parker Stanbury, DAVID COWAN!

Important! This is a MEMBER & ASSOCIATES ONLY Event please.

Workshop: Aug. 22dd 7pm to 8pm PST

* Please check-in up to 15 minutes early

**Zoom Link Will Be Emailed To You The Morning of The Workshop.

Please download our Will Questionnaire and have this document with you for the workshop


About David Cowan:

David Cowan is a graduate of Boston University (BA in Psychology) and Tulane Law School. He started working at Parker Stanbury in March 2001. He has spent the past 18 ½ years as a provider attorney. Before joining Parker Stanbury he worked as an Immigration attorney and as in house counsel to a sports entertainment and marketing company that is now part of a company known as AEG (Staples Center, LA Live…).

During law school, he volunteered with the New Orleans Legal Assistance Corporation (a company that provides legal assistance to people with limited financial means). He also co chaired an organization called the Partner’s Club International , which is a big brother/big sister program for developmentally disabled people and he coached special Olympians in swimming and track field events. When he moved back to Los Angeles, he coached a Special Olympics basketball team for 3 years. He stopped when his kids were born. Today, his children volunteer with the AYSO VIP program, working and playing with developmentally disabled athletes who love soccer as much as they do.