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What Is Estate Planning and Why Is It Important?

In this booklet, The Importance of Estate Planning, you will learn answers to questions like:

  • What Is Estate Planning?
  • Why is planning so important?
  • Why Plan now?
  • What if I wait too long to plan?
  • What if I a fail to plan at all?

Estate planning is important for a multitude of reasons, but for most, it’s about protecting both you and your family in the case of a life event. Waiting too long to plan can leave you or your loved ones ill-prepared for what lies ahead.  This can have a devastating effect on those who rely on you most.

Your right to choose who will legally care for your person or your property is limited.  After you lose capacity, it’s too late! Only a Judge can decide then. The same is true for deciding how your property will be divided in the event of your death. Without a valid will, the state will decide how your assets are distributed through a legal process known as intestate. This process can leave you and your heirs completely vulnerable and at the mercy of state laws!

These are important decisions that need dealt with NOW, before it’s TOO LATE! Don’t delay any longer, take that first step by getting your FREE copy of this booklet now.

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About Legacy Assurance Plan

The Legacy Assurance Plan is a multifaceted services program designed to provide its members with all the resources they require to meet their estate and financial planning needs, with access to an experienced estate planning lawyer. With the plan, members have the confidence of knowing that they have one place, and one team of trusted professionals – who are well-acquainted with them, their needs and their goals – at the ready to help as they create and execute their various legal, financial and tax strategies.

Our promise is to provide our members and their families with the most efficient; cost-effective means possible for both asset preservation and distribution. A well-designed, properly-executed estate plan will minimize all-too-avoidable expenses, taxes and delays, and that means more for the people who matter most to you. The plan does this by bringing your legal, financial and other professionals together, working as one cohesive unit to make sure, not only that you have estate and financial plans that work well, but that you have estate and financial plans that work well together.