Do you ever think about what would happen to your family…your spouse, your children, your loved ones…if you weren’t here – if you died?
There would be so many situations, events in their lives when your wisdom could have made a DIFFERENCE…but it’s too late; you’re gone.
Or is it too late? While we can’t plan for everything, there are life events that can be anticipated and prepared for in your will and through trusts.
For example, you want to be sure that there is a financial provision for your family and you want to protect the money from those who might prey on your loved ones. One way of addressing this is through appropriately drafted trusts in your will which can come into being after death and when your assets are dialed to provide for your wife and children.
Years after your death, when a financial need arises – children’s education, health needs, marriage, purchase of a home – your hand can rise up through a trust you established in your will to provide for your family.