Your family looks to you for love, support, companionship, and so much more. But what would happen to your family if you are no longer around? What if you get sick? What if you die? What if you suffer a life altering disability that prevents you from providing for your family or looking after them?
Estate plans are particularly important to those who wish to protect their families in the future, regardless of what the future might hold. In today’s first of a two-part discussion, we are going to look at some basic ideas underlying the estate planning process, and how creating a plan can help protect your family.
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