Estate planning isn’t about how much money you have, it’s about protecting what you have for you, during your life and for those you love, after you’re gone. It ensures what you have gets to the people you love, the way you want, when you want.

Estate Planning really is for everyone. It doesn’t matter if you have $40,000 or $400,000. You still have to plan for the future. Whether it’s to name a guardian for your minor children or ensure your children don’t “blow through” your assets if you unexpectedly die or become disabled. In 1990, a woman from Florida suffered massive brain damage; due to this damage, she was in a coma/vegetative state. Her husband wanted to disconnect the feeding tubes, her parents didn’t want to because they said she was conscious. Finally, in 2005 the tubes were taken out. She died in March of 2005.