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National Estate Planning Awareness Week Oct 19-25, 2020

Estate planning is an often overlooked area of personal financial management. By some estimates, 70% of American parents do not have an estate plan! Most mistakenly hear the word “estate” and assume “estate planning” is just for the Bill Gates, Elon Musks, or Warren Buffets of the world. Estate planning, however, is for everyone!

Estate planning is essential to protecting you, your family, your assets, and perhaps most importantly, your legacy. That is, who you are, and what matters most to you.

Did you know that this week, October 19-26 is “National Estate Planning Awareness Week?” National Estate Planning Awareness Week (NEPAW) is the perfect time to make sure your affairs are in order in the event of an illness, an accident, or untimely death.

Because education is such a large part of our mission here at The Parents Estate Planning Law Firm, we’re going to spend this week addressing some of the largest perceived barriers to estate planning, as well as some of the most popular estate planning myths we’ve heard.

Visit our Facebook and Linked In channels every day after 12 noon this week for helpful videos, links, and easy-to-digest articles and reports. Whether you have already created a plan and wonder if it will still meet your needs, or you don’t know where to start, there will be helpful information for you!

National Estate Planning Awareness Week is a great time to create or review your plan, to be sure it will work the way your family needs it to. If you’d like to schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys or to speak with our Client Services Coordinator, Lori Darling, click here to set up a 15-minute call.

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At The Parents Estate Planning Law Firm, we answer your questions at your convenience; we stay in frequent communication; and we meet to discuss changes in life circumstances and in the law to ensure that your assets are protected.




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