I advocate for a way of estate planning that starts with your closest relationships instead of starting with your assets.
Peter’s Ethical Will is short but packed with importance. It’s familiar, as Statements of Faith are common, but is worded differently.
It takes a person of character to prioritize relationships over money. You’ll need these 5 qualities to make and implement a relational estate plan:
Now is a time to find that hardship reminds us what’s important. Let’s take advantage of the focus adversity affords by communicating our values.
An estate guide and inventory isn’t hard to create, but it will make a world of difference for your family when you pass.