Having a family member who deals with addiction or mental health issues is heart-wrenching, but it is essential to have the proper estate planning in place with your loved one in mind. This month, I share two videos that I hope you find helpful if you're experiencing the same challenges with a loved one. The first video touches on the importance of estate planning around a family member with addiction or mental health issues. In the second video, I share the importance of being able to detach with love through the Al-Anon program.
~ Wendy Guthro, Attorney & Counsellor at Law
"Accept yourself, love yourself, and keep moving forward. If you want to fly, you have to give up what weighs you down."
~ Roy T. Bennett
Estate Planning When a Loved One Has Addiction Issues
When a family member is dealing with addiction issues it's important to plan for the unexpected in your own estate planning concerning your loved one. Learn more about how you can prepare your estate plan.
The Benefits of the Three-Legged Stool Approach to Estate Planning
The three-legged stool approach to estate planning is beneficial for getting the most out of your estate plan. This means that your estate planning attorney will collaborate with your financial advisor and accountant to ensure you have the best strategy to secure your future.
Back to Basics: Wendy Guthro Presents at the Burlington Council on Aging
Wendy Guthro was invited to speak at the Burlington Council on Aging on “Back to Basics: Estate Planning with Trusts”. Wendy discussed the basics of estate planning and explained how having your estate planning documents in place allows you to be as cost-effective as possible and prepared for the future.
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