Preparing for the Inevitable: A Proactive Approach to End-of-Life Financial Decisions


Overview

The loss of a loved one, especially a spouse, is always a challenging time. To protect and care for those you love most, it’s crucial to take a proactive approach to financial planning, ensuring your loved ones are prepared when the time comes. In this video, Melissa D. Bane, Senior Private Client Advisor, and William M. Coxe, Jr., Private Client Advisor, discuss the importance of advance financial planning and provide key insights into the various aspects of creating an effective and proactive financial management strategy. Here, they touch on subjects like loss of income, probate, and involving the next generation in the process.

 


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