Antisa Khvichava recently passed away, and if her Soviet-era documentation is credible, she lived to the astounding age of 132 (which would make her the oldest person on record). Unfortunately, due to government upheaval and unrest, her birth certificate was allegedly destroyed, and her claimed birth date of July 8, 1880 is only indicated in later documents.
Khvichava lived in the remote village of Sachino in the nation of Georgia and attributed her long life and health to daily consumption of locally produced spirits.
Ms. Khvichava’s relatives say she was retired for a significant period of time, having left her job picking corn and tea when she was 85 years old in 1965. Talk about outliving your retirement savings!
While very few people will ever live this type of life span, planning your estate and retirement are important issues for us all. With advances in medical science, improved healthcare and diet, we should expect to see more people living to these profound ages. How long would your retirement savings hold out should you have this kind of lifespan? At a review of your current situation, we can help you assess if your retirement assets will be able to last you as long as you may need.
Incidentally, the oldest verified person was a French woman named Jeanne Calment who lived to the fantastic age of 122 years. This is far ahead of the current oldest living person, Besse Cooper, of the United States, who is 116 years of age.
Why Choose Morris Hall:
You have a number of options when it comes to estate planning, so why pick Morris Hall? First off, estate planning and asset protection are a very complicated endeavor and you should only trust someone who focuses exclusively on those matters. Also, MH is a proud member of The American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys (AAEPA) which provides us additional support, advanced training, tools and information that is not available to others – which means that we can better protect your assets and your loved ones. We are one of only two firms in Arizona that belong to the AAEPA and are the only firm in that has been granted membership. If you have assets and loved ones that you want to protect, you are in good hands with MH. Contact us today at 888.222.1328 to schedule an appointment!
This blog should be used for informational purposes only. It does not create an attorney-client relationship with any reader and should not be construed as legal advice. If you need legal advice, please contact an attorney in your community who can assess the specifics of your situation.
- What the Proposed Treasury Regulations Mean for Deductions Under Internal Revenue Code Section 2053 - September 16, 2022
- Does Your Estate Have Sufficient Liquidity? - September 14, 2022
- Understanding Asset Protection Trusts - September 12, 2022