Rosh Hashanah marks the new year of the Jewish calendar and is also called the Day of Remembrance. This is a time where past deeds are remembered and forgiveness sought. As South Florida families gather around merrily in light of celebrating this special holiday and enjoying traditional meals together, the sense of love and unity inspires deep appreciation for each other. As family members sink their teeth into the apples dipped in honey that symbolize a sweet new year filled with abundance and good health, surely the delightful taste inspires gratitude to be alive at the present moment. But what about thoughts of the future?
A really sweet way to start off the new year would be to think about how to protect loved ones. There is no better time than beginning the new year with all your assets in order to ensure the financial security of your family. What a great way to adopt this continuity of life approach to enable your family members to continue celebrating each new year with good blessings and gather together to honor tradition. Through proper estate planning and asset protection, it’s a relief to know that your family will be extricated from the legal knots that can result from inadequate or worse yet, lack of such future planning. Whether it be through a Revocable or Irrevocable Trust or a Last Will & Testament, there are various options to guarantee that your family is in good, safe hands. As you welcome this new year with sweetness and abundance, think of your loved ones and how you can make sure they continue to warmly embrace each new year with deep reflections, love, hope, and positivity.
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