Local attorney claims children are at risk even if you have a will

San Diego personal family lawyer Kristina Haymes is offering San Diego parents a free workshop that teaches parents “7 Easy Steps You MUST Take to Protect Your Minor Children In Today’s Crazy World” so that every parent can have the peace of mind of knowing their children would never be at the mercy of the state court system.

This informative and entertaining workshop will be held at 5:30 p.m. June 11 at Pump It Up, “the inflatable party zone,” in Sorrento Valley. Not only is the workshop free for all families, but Haymes has arranged for pizza and a fun party for the kids with Pump It Up staff while the parents learn how to provide for and protect their families.

Register by calling Haymes’ 24/7 reservation hotline at (858) 207-4884. Online registration is also available by visiting www.caKidsGuardPlan.com. For more information about the workshop, call Kristina R. Haymes at (858) 794-1426.

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