Estate Planning-Crowning Act of Stewardship

With firewood to split and thirty fruit trees to care for, there is always work to be done at the Glessele hillside home. It requires a plan, especially, to maintain productive trees to get quality fruit. Just like a plan is needed for finances, a plan is needed for your estate plan. If you don’t have a will, the state where you live has one for you. You might like it or you might not. It will not, however, have provision to remember your family and charity as you would like. Accumulated assets must be distributed through your estate plan. It is the crowning act of stewardship.

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