As most of you know, the well known music artist, Prince, died recently. He was known as a creative genius, an incredible entertainer, even a cultural icon. His death is a loss that’s been felt across not just the U.S., but worldwide.
Though Prince is to be admired for his many talents and accomplishments, as more and more information is released following his death, it’s come out that he died with no will, no trust, no plan, no nothing. This leaves a valid question:
What happens when somebody—a culture icon or John Doe—dies with no will, no trust, no plan, no nothing?
The government takes over, that’s what happens. The deceased person’s family is left with no assets and no options—that is, except to hire lawyers and go to battle over an estate that should have been theirs to begin with. Legal fees and court dates quickly pile into a complicated, expensive burden weighing on your loved ones shoulders. Nobody is happy; nobody wins. It’s a lose/lose scenario.
Is your will current? Do you need to start from scratch? Are you unsure how to begin? At Fabian Wealth Strategies it’s our mission to help people just like you make the most of their money, even when you’re not here to handle it yourself. Take a lesson from Prince: don’t be the guy who leaves his family behind with nothing but legal battles and headaches. You’ve spent a lifetime building your legacy—don’t let it go to waste!
Call us today for a personal consultation at 800-300-3684 or e-mail us at askdoug(at)dougfabian(dot)com, and we’ll help you make sure the legacy you’ve worked so hard to build continues even after you’re gone.