Make Plans to Win the Game of Life

The clock will wind down on all of us some day, and most of us are going to need some level of long-term care before it does.

Winning the game of life — and death — depends on having an effective plan in place before the inevitable happens.

If you do not have a will or a trust to pass your assets to your chosen receivers, not only might your estate be intercepted by the wrong team, it may also be sacked by creditors, or disgruntled family members and their lawyers.

Think of your trusted advisors as your coaches. They have playbooks filled with strategies to overcome every opponent. Think of yourself as your estate’s quarterback. If you listen to your coaches and execute the right plays, your loved ones will eventually be wearing championship rings.

Where will your loved ones be when the final gunshot sounds and the lights go out? It’s up to you. Nobody plans to fail, but too many of us fail to plan.

SCOTT MAKUAKANE, Counselor at Law
Focusing exclusively on estate planning and trust law.
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