For many self-employed individuals, their business isn’t just work—it’s their livelihood. Protecting this vital asset is essential for both present success and future peace of mind.
1. Evaluating Your Business’s Role:
Understanding your business’s framework helps in crafting a protection plan. Are you the sole revenue generator? Do you have employees? Answering these questions will shape your approach.
2. Addressing Business Continuity:
If you become incapacitated, will your business operations stall? Creating a succession plan or strategy for such scenarios is crucial.
3. Planning for Retirement or Exit:
Considering the fate of your business upon retirement or sudden exit is pivotal. Whether you’re selling or passing it on, forward-thinking ensures smooth transitions.
Your business endeavors define your present and mold your future. Let an experienced team guide you in shielding this cornerstone of your financial journey.
Contact The Curran Law Firm today to schedule your estate planning meeting.561.935.9763