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WHAT WOULD HAPPEN TO YOUR EVERYTHING YOU'VE WORKED FOR IF SOMETHING CATASTROPHIC HAPPENED TO YOU?
HINT: WITHOUT A COMPREHENSIVE ESTATE PLAN IT WILL INVOLVE COURT INTERFERENCE.
70% of African - Americans are unprotected if an illness or death were to occur.
Have you considered what would happen to your kids and who would care for them if something tragic happened to you and/or your spouse? The U.S. ranks 4th globally for the most children orphaned due to COVID-19 deaths. More than 140,000 children died between April 2020 and June of 2021. 65% of those children are in minority communities.
Additionally, 1 in 555 African- Americans died in 2020 as a result of covid-19. We are on the precipice of the largest wealth transfer in history and AFRICAN AMERICANS are UNPREPARED.
70% of us have NO ESTATE PLANNING in place, leaving our legacy and family security in the courts hands.
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Protect your children from ending up in Child Protective Services or being cared for by someone who doesn’t share your values
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Why most Wills & Trusts fail to protect FAMILY WEALTH and how to make sure your plan does
Easy and inexpensive ways to provide a financial future for your children to pay for their caregiving, education and health care
Control HOW assets are distributed to your beneficiaries
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Portia attended law school to pursue a profession that would provide an opportunity for her to help solve families’ problems during difficult times. Portia graduated from University of Maryland School of Law. She currently practices primarily in the areas of generational wealth planning, estate planning and probate, which are three areas that involve family transitions, challenging circumstances, thoughtful decisions, and careful planning. Portia is a proud member of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys.