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Paul F. Fortunato
What is Life Planning?
Whereas Estate Planning is preparing for death, Life Planning prepares for what
happens if you are alive, but incapacitated. It includes such things as:
Durable Powers of Attorney; Health Care Proxies and Directives; Living Wills and
Living Trusts; Medicaid Planning and asset protection.
Planning for yourself and your family, in the event that something happens
and you become incapacitated, is probably more important than planning for
Life Planning protects you, and it also protects your family, in case of disability.
Life planning: it's all about PEACE OF MIND.
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