More than two-thirds of American adults don’t have a will.* You wouldn’t think about driving to work without wearing your seat belt. So why would you risk leaving those you love unprotected by skipping this important document?
If you pass away without a will, consider how these important people in your life will be impacted:
Already have a will? Excellent! But you’re not off the hook. Your will reflects the time when it was created, and depending on when that was, your life might look quite different. Here are a few situations that should trigger an update to your will:
Creating a will that protects the important people in your life is an act of love. So stop putting off this important task. We’re here to help you start the process-just contact Berinthia R. LeVine at 216.523.7275 or firstname.lastname@example.org today.
*2016 NMI Healthy Aging Database® Study
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