Over the years of being a parent and a son to my parents, I never thought I would go down the path of enforcing my opinions on my kids. Sometimes, I pause, take a step back, and realize that I’ve become the same person that I told myself I wouldn’t be- which is like my parents. And I realize that I tend to be enforcing my mindset and opinions…
Many parents tend to project their dreams and their idea of success onto their children’s futures. They make choices for them, rather than with them.
My wife and I adopted a different approach. We decided to set goals with our children, not for them.
When most people think about Life Insurance, one of the primary reasons they get their policies in place is to safeguard their family’s future. But what happens following a divorce? Here are a couple of cases to help best understand your options.
Remember John’s story from my last post? What options do you have if you’ve left securing Life Insurance for too late in life? Or if for some reason, you’re denied a Life Insurance policy?
Have you thought of a Plan B?
What if… you’re not insurable anymore? My client, John, happened to be at a point in his life where he went from being a single successful entrepreneur, who was financially secure, to having to make drastic changes in his Life Insurance and Critical Illness policies. Here’s what happened.