I know that the title to this article: “Resources for Building and Protecting Your Estate and Your Estate Plan” is both long (imagine that, a long winded lawyer) and apparently silly.
How do I know that it sounded silly?
This is a suggestion for a resource sent to me by one of my sons when he read the draft of the title-
“Get a battle team then when hordes of marauding lawyers attempt to raid your party you can fight them with karate and such techniques.”
Well Josh, true enough. But I really do have some great resources for the readers that don’t maintain “battle teams.” but who want to avoid financial fraud and marauding hoards of lawyers.
I have always maintained, that an estate plan that focuses only on what happens to your assets when you die is, while important, a boring estate plan and one not likely to be of much help to you and your family while you’re alive.
For that reason, many of the resources and ideas we provide are designed not only to help you with your will and trust, but also to help you to build, protect and to maintain your assets and your lifestyle.
In that vein, I recently came across a new government blog site that seems to have some great information for consumers.
In this installment, I have selected a few resources for you related to avoiding financial fraud.
Just click the links below for more on each topic related to protecting yourself from financial fraud:
Keep an eye out for more installments of resources to build and protect your assets and your estate plan right now.