I’m a fan of the minimalism movement. The idea of simplifying my life, by removing those things that are unimportant or don’t add joy or utility to my life, speaks to me.
April has already been a whirlwind of activity – it seems like just yesterday we were stopping to smell the daffodils and now the dogwoods are blooming across the landscape.
This month brings Tax Day and National Healthcare Decisions Day (see blog below). As I gather and file items for taxes, the entire month becomes my “get it done” month. It’s the perfect time to get your personal business in order – including your estate plan.
In my work-day world of estate planning in St. Louis, Missouri, creating peace of mind for my clients and their loved ones, during all seasons of life, is my focus. I am primarily thinking about protecting my clients and their families in the event of a mental disability and after death.
Give the gift of time! I always struggle with picking the perfect gift. Honestly, I don’t think my loved ones truly need or want…
The holidays can be a great time to have estate planning discussions with loved ones. Particularly for families with loved ones who reside in many places…
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