What happens to your kids on day one, if something happens to you?
Family Action Plan
How do you want to be cared for? Use a Living Will, Advance Healthcare Directives and a Durable Power of Attorney to provide for how you want to be cared for if you can longer make decisions for yourself. You have a fundamental right to make decisions regarding your own health care, including refusing procedures which will only prolong the dying process and run up astronomical medical bills. Don’t make your loved ones grapple with these issues. Help them to help you, in the way that you want to be cared for. Living Will, Advance Healthcare Directives and a Durable Power of Attorney
Think about “Passing on your Values, not just your Valuables”. Estate planning isn’t just about passing on your assets. Consider using your Plan to pass on your Values (the importance that religion, hard work, education or “being your own boss” has played in your life), by using Trusts to control how your children’s inheritance is used. Provide for even adult children who face challenges related to substance abuse or other lifestyle issues by protecting their inheritance in a trust for their benefit.
Too many people have no Plan in place! Just having a plan in place for “what happens if something happens” already places you at the head of the pack for being a responsible head of your family. Don’t think that you don’t own enough, or you aren’t old enough to need an estate plan. Tomorrow is not guaranteed to us, and you don’t want your family to have to spend months or years picking up the pieces of their lives if “something happens”.Call Us Today To Talk About What You and Your Family Need