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Walsh College Offers Free Estate Planning Seminars at its Novi Campus in April

Walsh College presents Daniel S. Hoops, associate professor, Accounting and Taxation, and a frequent lecturer and expert on estate planning issues, in two free seminars on estate planning at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., Friday, April 24, at the College’s Novi Campus, 41500 Gardenbrook, Novi.

The sessions will be held in conjunction with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago’s Money Smart Week, a public awareness campaign aimed at helping consumers better manage their finances. The events are open to the public but registration is required at

The Chicago Federal Reserve Bank supports financial education in the belief that consumers greatly benefit from making informed decisions about their money. When consumers save, spend, and invest wisely, their impact is two-fold: a contribution toward their long-term financial well-being and a positive impact on the economy as a whole.

Hoops has been engaged in the practice of law and business consulting since 1995. His professional expertise includes tax law, estate planning, and business consulting.

Hoops’ tax and estate planning expertise have led to appearances on WXYZ Channel 7 News, CW50’s “Street Beat,” “The Craig Fahle Show” on WDET 101.9 FM, and “Internet Advisor” on News/Talk WJR 760 AM. In addition, he has recently been featured in articles appearing in the Detroit Free Press and USA Today.

Hoops received a BMA degree with a major in trumpet performance from the University of Michigan in 1991. He earned a J.D. degree cum laude from the Michigan State University School of Law (formerly Detroit College of Law) in 1994, and an LL.M. in estate planning from the University of Miami School of Law in 1995.

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