Why is it important to have a will, if it only comes into play after you no longer are alive?
Russell Mayer, an estate attorney based in Israel, explains how the law distributes an investor’s assets after their death and why having a valid will makes a difference.
Doug and Russell examine how a will works and who needs to be involved in creating it. Russell stresses the importance of each spouse having a separate will (some things just aren’t meant to be shared!).
The death of a loved one is difficult, but the dividing assets doesn’t have to be emotionally wrought experience. Determining what arrangements you want for your family before you pass can save a lot of potential legal battles.
Welcome to Inheritance Month
September is Inheritance Month on The Goldstein on Gelt Show. Every episode this month, will discuss a different facet of giving and receiving an inheritance. How should you handle an inheritance? What kinds of decisions should you make during an emotional time in your life? In today’s episode, Doug outlines three decisions you should not make when receiving an inheritance. Download a checklist of the paperwork you’ll need to claim your inheritance here.
Download free resource: What Paperwork Is Needed to Claim an Inheritance
To learn more about Russell Mayer, a senior partner at Livnat Mayer & Company, you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02-679-9533. Russell is also a co-author in Doug’s latest book The Inheritance Book. Call Doug if you’d like to pre-order a copy 02-624-2788.
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