Planning for the Unexpected

Hello, I’m Feliz Martone and welcome back to a Wealth of Knowledge. 

If there is one thing the pandemic has taught us is that we need to plan for the unexpected. Planning for life’s unexpected events, whether it’s welcoming a new family member, coming into an inheritance, or dealing with an illness, is at the heart of what an estate plan does. 

A new addition to the family is often an unexpected and happy surprise, but improper planning may inadequately plan for the new child or grandchild. Receiving an unexpected inheritance may be a blessing for some people, but if you are receiving public benefits, such as medicaid or supplemental security income without advanced planning, you are at risk of losing them. 

Disability impacts all of us. We have a one in four chance of becoming disabled during our lifetime and we often know or care for a disabled loved one sometime during our lives. Estate planning protects you and your family from the unexpected. 

Contact me, Feliz Martone, at Martone Law Firm today to make plans to protect yourself from the unexpected.