Eileen Lee Breger Writes “10 Things I know about … Protecting your family’s money” for the Worcester Business Journal
It is important to plan for how a family’s wealth will be managed in certain situations, such as someone becoming incapacitated, two partners divorcing, someone having special needs, or someone who has substance abuse problems. In the Worcester Business Journal, Eileen Lee Breger discusses actions to take in various situations to protect your family’s money. Here is an excerpt:
10) Plan for the worst. Make sure your money will never go to scam artists or angry creditors, or be wasted unnecessarily on long-term care.
9) Don’t go it alone. All adults need a durable power of attorney, who is a person legally authorized to manage their affairs if they become incapacitated.
Continue reading “10 Things I know about … Protecting your family’s money” on the Worcester Business Journal website.