Most people think about Estate Planning as a way to protect your money and stuff, passing it on to whom you want, when you want and how you want. Although traditional Estate Planning can certainly handle this, there are much more important things to think about than just financial assets.
Passing on your Legacy is a revolutionary approach that plans for the monetary and emotional aspects of death.
Listen in as Jerry Shiles, an Attorney with the Estate Planning and Elder Law Firm of Parman & Easterday, gives examples of why and how focusing on your Legacy can minimize the effects of your death on your family and ensure your Legacy lives on through those you love.
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