K-State Research and Extension will host workshops on Preserving the Family with Estate Planning at three locations in northwest Kansas in February. Attorneys and K-State specialists will cover a range of topics including estate planning basics, trusts and asset protection, long-term care planning, farm succession planning and family communication.

An abbreviated evening workshop will be Feb. 22 in Hill City at the Graham County 4-H Building. The workshop will start at 6 p.m. and wrap up at 9 p.m. Cost for the workshop will be $10 per person, with $5 for each additional family member (families must register together to receive the discount).

On Feb. 23, the workshop will be at the Gateway Civic Center in Oberlin, starting at 9 a.m. and ending at 4 p.m. The cost for this day-long event will be $20 per person, and $15 each for additional family members who register together. The cost will include lunch and materials.

The day-long workshop will be repeated from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Feb. 24 in Oakley at the Buffalo Bill Cultural Center. The cost for the workshop will be $20, with $15 for each additional family member.

The registration deadline for all workshops is Feb. 16. The cost increases to $30 per person for those who register after Feb. 16. Lunch cannot be guaranteed for walk-ins.

For more information, call the Graham County Extension Office at (785) 421-3411, the Twin Creeks District Oberlin Office at (785) 475-8121 or the Golden Prairie Extension District Oakley Office at (785) 671-3245. To register online or see the brochure for agenda and details, go to www.northwest.ksu.edu under Events.