Family values are glue that can hold family together. It’s time for your clients to share, document and celebrate those values so that when the time comes, their family can continue living out the legacy they established.
Your clients likely have always tried to do what’s best for their family. The Legacy Portrait is simply a next step.
As a financial professional, you can offer support and guidance from start to finish. Use this Legacy Portrait guide to help clients plan the first of many family meetings. You’ll find helpful tips, samples, and templates to assist them in planning, as well as help document their family’s Legacy Portrait story.
Why the Legacy Portrait?
You can help make sure clients’ wishes and end-of-life choices are understood.
You can start discussions on topics frequently seen as “taboo” such as wills or estate plans.
You can help prevent confusion about assumed wealth transfer.
You can help the family navigate tough conversations in a safe space.
You can help unite differing opinions on equity/fairness.
You can help loved ones emotionally invest in the plan to ensure they’re good stewards of wealth, charitable giving desires, and legacy plans.
You can help clients leave a legacy that goes beyond money.
You can help clients strengthen family ties through shared values and vision.
You can help put clients’ minds at ease knowing their goals have been clearly communicated and understood.
Family values are glue that can hold family together. Pair this flyer with the Legacy Portrait family meeting guide to help your clients document their family meetings, and keep track of their network of professionals – like their financial professional, accountant, lawyer, etc.
Family values are glue that can hold family together. The flyer below can be paired with the Legacy Portrait family meeting guide to help your clients record where their important files are safely stored, and how to get ahold of them quickly.
Family values are glue that can hold family together. Pair this flyer with the Legacy Portrait family meeting guide to help your clients document what they stand for as a family. Capture their mission statement, family values, long-term vision, and opportunities.
The 2020 Midland National Gen-to-Gen Retirement Study looked into the saving, spending and communication habits of four generations covering everyone from age 18-55+. Explore key learnings such as how consumers across each generation have the same retirement fears, and repeat the same financial and retirement mistakes.
It is becoming increasingly important for families to have end-of-life and legacy planning discussions to ensure transparency and a smooth transition. In our groundbreaking Gen-to-Gen research study, 39% of our respondents said their parents have never discussed their end-of-life plans with them. We sought to uncover why there’s so much lack of communication around this important topic.
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