Plan your estate so you aren‘t the juicy bar story some attorney tells
Chris Gordon loves what he does. He especially loves it when he has no juicy stories to bring home other than, "I worked with a bunch of nice people today that wanted to get their ducks in a row, so we set that up." He wishes younger people would set up their estates to have peace of mind, not just for themselves, but for those who will either care for them in the situation of an illness or accident, or those they leave behind. He has some great tips to add some humor to what can be an uncomfortable part of growing up. Even couples married for decades put this off and then there is no easy way to make transfers and act on behalf of the loved on or children if these pieces aren't in place. You'll gain a lot of comfort and information from this episode of The Double Comma Club.