Your Chosen Family

You have worked hard your whole life and you have people and things you care about.  You want to be able to pass on what you’ve worked for in a way that helps your loved ones know and feel your love, just when they need it the most.

In the event something happens to you, you want to ensure that your chosen family will be able to care for you when you cannot care for yourself.  That may include making healthcare decisions, financial decisions, access to your personal things or home.  You want to know that at a time when you need them most, they will be able to care for you with ease and in a time of grief, they can avoid court or conflict. 

With proper estate planning, you can choose who will receive what you have worked so hard to create upon your death, and also ensure that your chosen family will be taken care of, that they are able to take care of you if needed, and that the process can be done as simple as possible and with the least amount of conflict.

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