In uncertain times, like those we’re facing now, we tend to go into panic mode, worrying about everything all at once. With so much on our minds, we don’t realize that there is still an opportunity to take control and be prepared.
Have you thought about what would happen if you or a loved one is impacted by coronavirus? Will your loved ones be protected if something happens to you? Will you get the immediate support and care needed? If it’s a loved one isolated and impacted, do you know how to manage their care? Do you even have the authority
If incapacity happens without a plan, you don’t have time to wait. You don’t have time to sort through the mess for the right support and care that’s needed immediately.
If it’s untimely passing, what are the next steps? Is there a plan in place to protect your loved ones and assets? Or, will there be expensive and long drawn out time in court?
Listen in for to an all-new episode of Absolute Trust Talk LIVE, where I discuss the importance of coronavirus estate planning now, and give you some action items to help you plan and prepare.