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5 Ridiculous Myths About Estate Planning

When it comes to estate planning, there are five ridiculous myths that could cause your plan to crumble and fall apart when your family needs it the most.

We’re talking about lengthy and expensive court battles, dishonored wishes, unnecessary government intrusion, taxes, and costs — all because of ridiculous myths and mistakes that can cause your plan to fail in an emergency.

It’s important to get familiar with the top five estate planning myths and learn how to fix any mistakes that may be lurking in your estate plan.  

This Ebook will help you fix any problems, make the right decisions, and properly safeguard the people and things you love.

Once you are armed with this knowledge, you can then feel confident knowing that the estate plan you’ve spent so much time, money, and emotion on will actually work if the unthinkable happens.

Before you go any further with your planning, download our free Ebook and discover:

  • The most common reason why estate plans fail when families need them the most; 
  • Why estate planning is not just for the rich or elderly;
  • The bare minimum documentation every adult over 18 needs;
  • Why naming short-term and long-term guardians for children would be best;
  • How to properly fund your trust to keep your estate out of probate;
  • Why communication is important so your most private health care wishes can be honored by your family.

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My wife and I have some quite large complexities both in our individual preferences and the construct of our life. When planning for our trust, Heather took the time to hear EVERYTHING we said. The trust which Heather formed for our family took all our concerns into account. When everything was said and done, we received a trust which, by design, is extremely personal to our circumstance. We also are delighted to have Heather to be part of our team of advocates to help when the time comes.