It is very natural that as a father I want to protect my wife and my children. I want to help them achieve their goals and dreams and to help them navigate the turbulent times that may affect them throughout their lives. Because I want to protect them, I have often worried over what would happen to my family if I were no longer around. How can I plan and protect them if something were to happen to me?
When I first started working for Morris Hall, the answer to these concerns became incredibly clear to me: a Living Trust. A well drafted Living Trust can help you leave a legacy for those you leave behind. It can help to lessen the burden on your spouse and protect your children at times when they may be most vulnerable. As a Father, a Living Trust may be the perfect gift from you, to your family. With today being Father’s Day, this is especially strong on my mind, and it is the perfect time for fathers to make it a priority to protect the ones they love most.
While I very much hope to be there with my wife and children through life’s many experiences, I want to make sure that if I’m not there I can still support and protect them. In this way, even if I am no longer around, they will always know how much their father loves them.
Contributed by MH attorney West Hunsaker
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