Life Insurance Planning Can Be Overwhelming
An integral part of estate planning often includes in-depth review and discussion surrounding your life insurance policies. There are several types of life insurance policies, and their terms can be confusing. What are your options? What are the best choices for your circumstances and your family’s needs? Who can you trust for unbiased, intelligent assistance?
At Rader & Coleman, P.L., our team can help you create a list of goals to discern the types and amount of life insurance policies that will help you achieve your objectives. Your specific circumstances such as age, marital status, family size, debt, accumulated assets and other investments are typically essential factors for making your decision about life insurance.
Speak With An Experienced Estate Planning Attorney For Clarity
Life insurance policy representatives provide important and trustworthy information about their products. They will always give you a good reason to purchase their insurance policy. But before you sign up for a policy, it is best to speak with an experienced estate planning attorney to determine which type of policy is most beneficial for your estate planning purposes. Our attorneys can help you understand the terms, differences and similarities of insurance policies such as:
- Term life
- Permanent life insurance
- Whole life
- Accidental death and dismemberment (AD&D) insurance
- Cash value life insurance
- Universal life insurance
Many people also have life insurance through their employers. Will the proceeds of that insurance policy be enough to support your family’s needs or business interests when you are no longer around?
Contact Rader & Coleman For Objective Assistance
Talking about life insurance is frequently a difficult conversation for many. When you speak with a knowledgeable estate planning attorney, you take the risk of an emotional or unnecessary life insurance purchase out of the equation. Our team provides pragmatic advice about life insurance planning. Unbiased information can help you aim for a stronger estate plan. Call us in Boca Raton at 561-368-0545 or send us an email to arrange for a consultation.