Considering mortality often causes us to focus on what is truly important in life and what will outlive us. For many of us, our thoughts go towards our children or our grandchildren.
If you were to die unexpectedly, would your loved ones be aware of your wishes? If the answer to that question is “no” (or “I don’t know”), it’s time to evaluate your legacy planning and make some decisions now that will eradicate confusion and pain in the future.
Here are some steps to take to ensure that your loved ones are on the “same page” with regard to your legacy plans:
Conversations like this are too important to postpone. If you need assistance establishing your estate plan or you want to learn more about legacy planning, contact Ambassador Advisors today.
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