Protecting Family Wealth

As with any planning process, at some point you are going to have to make some final decisions. People who are really detail orientated and who want to understand every little thing tend to struggle here. The problem is that legal work is complex.

This is the reason why people study for decades to practise in this area. You have to accept that you probably will not understand every single word of every single document and simply trust in the professional that you have chosen to use.

In the same way that you trust a doctor or dentist or nera employee rights specialist when they say you need some treatment (and you probably don’t understand every tiny detail of the procedure they are recommending), you have to trust your estate planning professional to guide you through the law and the process.

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