What you need to prepare for your family and protect your legacy.
Let’s face it, planning for our own mortality is uncomfortable and hard. No matter what our circumstances or background, we all share some level of discomfort around death and therefore often avoid end-of-life planning at all costs. Even though end-of-life planning is the greatest gift you can give to your family, it can be overwhelming to know how and where to start.
A decade ago, the Wall Street Journal published an article detailing “The 25 Documents You Need Before You Die” which is a wonderful reference to help as you get started. However, just as your life and circumstances are ever-changing, so should be your approach to compiling this list.