Many individuals in Florida are excited to celebrate the upcoming Passover Seder by eating the Matzoh and drinking the wine. But did you know that “seder” actually means “order” in Hebrew? This “order” is seen by the 15 parts that make up the rituals of the Passover Seder dinner.
This starts with a pre-Passover spring cleaning and destroying chametz. Once the holiday arrives, the story of the Exodus is retold through a reading of the Haggadah. Next comes the most memorable part of Passover, the Seder dinner. On the table should lay a handful of symbolic foods: “matzoh” to symbolize the haste with which the Israelites fled Egypt; “zeroah” or roasted lamb shank, to symbolize the sacrificial offering; “maror” or bitter herbs to symbolize the bitterness of slavery, and “beitzah” a roasted egg, as a symbol of life and perpetual existence.
Some serious time and thought goes into planning for Passover and the Seder dinner. The reason is because we want to preserve our heritage and pass on the legacy to our children and grandchildren. As you prepare and get things in order for this year’s Passover Seder, put some thought into organizing your Estate Plan and future financial goals for once you pass on. Creating an estate plan with specific designations can ensure that you pass on your legacy to each family member exactly the way you envision it.
At Wild Felice & Partners, we take customer service very seriously. We pride ourselves on working together with our clients to set and achieve the desired outcome. No estate plan is ever cookie cutter.
For more information on successful Florida estate planning and asset protection techniques, please contact the South Florida law firm of Wild Felice & Partners, P.A. at (954) 944-2855 to schedule your free consultation. Estate planning is about those friends and family left behind, which is why we first ask our clients what their wealth transfer and asset protection goals are and then explain how we can accomplish those goals together.
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