3 Tips for Parents Diving into Estate Planning

Event Recap
Jun. 16, 2022Updated Jul. 7, 2022

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Consider the most important estate planning decisions

Your estate plan should cover the basics of what will happen to your children and how they should be cared for when you’re no longer around. You can read all about the fundamentals of estate planning in this article that Brianna wrote for Undivided, but for a short overview of the most important decisions you’ll need to make, check out this clip:

Have confidence that you can do this!

As a parent raising a child with unique needs, you do so much for your kid, from IEP meetings to therapies to bedtime routines. Brianna promises that estate planning is no harder than all the things you’re already doing. You can do this! Listen to her encouragement in this clip:

Watch the full recording

If you missed the event or want to review what we learned, you can catch the full recording here.

If you want to learn more about estate planning, Brianna will be available to answer questions during Undivided Office Hours on June 29th! Office Hours are members-only workshops, so check out this page to learn about our $99 annual membership and get access to the event and much more.

Brianna is also joining us in the fall for more live events geared around building a better financial future, so stay tuned to get more tips on creating special needs trusts, budgeting, planning for life after age eighteen, and more.

Keep an eye on our Facebook page to learn more about upcoming events, and join our private Facebook group to keep the discussion going.

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