What Aretha Franklin Can Teach Us About Estate Planning

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What Aretha Franklin Can Teach Us About Estate Planning

 

What do 4 U.S. presidents, Pablo Picasso and Prince have in common? They all died without a Will. It is estimated that between 50% and 75% of Canadian adults do not have a Will or have an outdated one and while writing one may not be the most enjoyable activity, dying without one (see laws of intestate) can make the whole experience down right miserable for your loved ones. The article discusses the complications of settling Aretha Franklin’s Estate as she passed away without an up-to-date Will. See how complete your Estate Plan is by taking the 10 minute Willing Wisdom Index questionnaire. Click here to receive your complimentary and confidential assessment of your current estate plan which will include your own personalized to-do list.