The Naked Opus: Growing Your Family Wealth for the Long Term

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You spend a lifetime accumulating assets and building wealth, not only to make a good life for yourself, but also to create a legacy for your family. So why is the estate planning process so often inadequate to the task? Why does the focus on technical aspects, such as tax planning and trusts, feel unsatisfying, even hollow and frustrating, to clients and advisors alike?

The Naked Opus reveals a novel approach to estate planning—a more fulfilling, holistic, and purposeful way to pass your wealth on to your heirs, and to ensure it endures for generations to come.

Transforms estate planning from a technical moment designed simply to transition assets, into a creative process that fosters stewardship and continues to generate wealth for future generations.

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Estate Planning for Single Women: CHOOSE Your Estate Planning Advisor

Estate planning for the single female at any age or relationship status has some unique elements that require particular attention. As well, the now aging baby boomers represent a significant demographic cohort in the population both in terms of the absolute number of individuals and total wealth under control. Women are the future of Canadian […]
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Estate Planning for Single Women

Estate Planning and the Single Woman Fall, 2019 In the romantic novel “The Notebook”, author Nicholas Sparks chronicles an everlasting romance in which young, naive hearts grow old together. As the story concludes, the elderly couple affectionately reminisce on a lifetime spent at each other’s side. It is a storybook ending when they pass away […]
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Six Things About Millennials That Could Damage Your Estate Plan

Millennials and Intergenerational Wealth Transfer Family members who became adults around the turn of the century in 2000 are Millennials. Today, these people are fast approaching their fortieth birthdays and their parents, typically, are entering their late-60s and early-70s. Millennials are the “next” generation when it comes to intergenerational wealth planning. They are also the […]
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