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Intentional Inheritance: 5 things to do with your family before you discuss the numbers

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Is the coronavirus bringing your family closer together or further apart? Are you placing the same value on the continuity of your family wealth and heritage that you do on the continuity of your business?  

Having a plan for intentional family succession and established methodologies for working through contingency issues, especially in troubling times like these, can set your family up for resiliency. By attending this webinar, you will learn five things you can do as a family in preparation for future transitions. 

  1. Communication:  Develop a plan for how the family will communicate, share knowledge, and make decisions. 
  2. Legacy: Establish your family’s values and openly discuss the direction, goals, and aspirations of your family’s legacy.
  3. Build the toolbox:  Arm your children and grandchildren with the knowledge necessary to become good stewards of money.
  4. Philanthropy: Use philanthropy as a way to transmit values and begin to make decisions as a group that promotes a long-standing legacy.
  5. The Business of the Family:  Create structure and use mentorship to provide the framework and guidance that will set your heirs up for success.

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Marguerite C. Weese, J.D., LL.M.
National Director of Family Legacy Planning
Wilmington Trust

 

Jerry Inglet, Ed.D
Family Legacy Advisor
Wilmington Trust, N.A.

 

Libby Turner
Family Legacy Coordinator
Wilmington Trust

 

Susan Lipp - Moderator
Editor in Chief
Trusts & Estates

 

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