Is Your Estate Plan ready for the next Hurricane or Emergency? It’s Never too Early!
Make important plans for those you care about during National Estate Planning Awareness Week, October 17-23.
Who: Everyone 18 years or older needs a plan, not just the elderly or wealthy.
What: Important documents include a Will, Power of Attorney (both Financial and Healthcare), Advance Health Care Directives, guardianship for minor children and adults with mental or physical disabilities
Why: To protect your family and provide direction for your healthcare.
Where: To help you organize, download your free planning guide at chsfl.giftlegacy.com/estateguide. Complete the guide and take it to your attorney. Or you can find an attorney at www.floridabar.org/about/cert/cert-ep-mbrs
When: Now! Your family and your belongings are important. Do not wait! Make your plans during National Estate Planning Awareness Week.
Contact: If you want a guide mailed or emailed to you, or have questions, contact Casey Schroder at email@example.com or (321) 558-4034.
Last thoughts: Without a plan, the state will decide for you. It could be expensive, time-consuming and traumatic for your loved ones. They might be left out, along with the causes you care about.