When you're dealing with the chaos of life, raising kids or chasing after grandkids, running a household, etc., it's always tempting to put legal and financial planning off until “a better time.”
Maybe you're not quite ready to cross that bridge because you don't want to think about the possibility that something could happen to you and/or your spouse—or even an aging parent.
Perhaps you still want to talk things over with your advisors, or maybe you're hesitant to get help because you're worried about the cost.
These are legitimate concerns… but my question to you is, “If not now, then when?”
As we've all seen this year, sickness and disability can happen without warning. You and/or your spouse or a loved one may be fine today, but an unexpected medical crisis could cause complete incapacity.
What happens then?
Without healthcare directives, you may find it almost impossible to communicate with doctors, coordinate care, or access your loved one's medical records. In an emergency where every second counts, you may even be barred from making life-saving decisions.
If you need to access your loved one's bank accounts to pay doctors, hospitals, or their personal bills (mortgage, life insurance, etc.), you'll most likely need to hire a lawyer and petition the court for temporary or permanent control.
Nothing troubles me more than seeing families in complete legal and financial disarray because they put off planning until it was too late.
We provide a complimentary initial Planning Session Fee (a $295 value) to ensure this doesn't happen to your family.
Simply call the office at (260) 969-1177 or click here and make today the right time to begin your planning.