Legacy is such a fancy word. Growing up I always thought a legacy was a very abstract concept. I assumed it meant you had to leave a mark on the world and your name had to be written in the history books. Your legacy was created by all the good deeds you did or the wealth you created. I felt that only the Kennedys or the Rockefellers could leave a legacy.
As an adult, I have learned that legacy is really just an elegant way to refer to items left to someone. It is not as abstract as I thought. I have come to realize it is not complicated to leave a legacy to my loved ones. One very simple step is all that is needed to create your legacy.
Visit MH today to speak with our knowledgeable estate planning attorney about how to leave your legacy.
Contributed by an MH Phoenix Estate Planning Attorney.
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