26 Sep Will Your Family Inherit a Grenade?
By: Barry E. Haimo, Esq.
September 26, 2017
Challenges during life and after death can be emotional for you, your family, and your business. Complications surrounding death are further aggravated and magnified during times of grief.
These complications will not be positive; i.e. they will be expensive, time consuming, and frustrating. Often, people are unaware of how their present situation may be setting them up for exactly that. We refer to it as leaving your family a “grenade” that could explode later.
We are publishing a post called the 14 Pressure Points That May Result in Your Family Inheriting a Grenade. As you’d expect, it’s made up of 14 things you need to know to avoid this result for your family and business.
Over the next several weeks, we will be releasing one of the 14 pressure points on Tuesday and another on Thursday. I hope this will help you identify potential problems now, so you can take steps to prevent your family and business from inheriting them later.
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