When considering your legacy and future of your family, you likely think of it in terms of trusts, asset management and powers of attorney. An ethical will goes a step beyond traditional wills to include more personal details and is an excellent complement to any estate plan. If you see an ethical will as a valuable part of your legacy, it’s never too early to start writing one.
Creating a legacy means planning for all aspects of the future, and a living will is the best way to take the guesswork out of your medical care. Stableford receives numerous questions on the living will topic each year. We’ve asked Nikki Polistina, Director of Client Relations and CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ to respond to a few of the most frequently asked questions in this article.