Life throws a lot at us. Sometimes more than we can readily handle. Advance planning can help relieve the stress and make tough situations less overwhelming, such as preparing a will, understanding conservatorships and probating an estate. And it can be done in stages, to follow right along with your life and everything it throws at you.
Generational planning helps you focus on the biggest concerns facing you and your family. It may be outlining your wishes should something happen to you unexpectedly, or making plans with your aging parents for long-term care needs, or even mapping out the way you want to manage your mature years. In a nutshell, generational planning lets you make decisions for your future and those you love.
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