Estate Planning and an Ironman event…what does one have to do with the other you ask? EVERYTHING!
As a proud wife of a first-time Ironman and an elder law attorney, I can explain.
Step 1: Hire a Coach
- Most first-time Ironmen striving to cross that finish line after 140.6 miles of swimming, biking and running need direction on how to build up their endurance for such a long race.
- Most people doing estate planning for the first time need a plan to protect their assets. Elder law attorneys know what needs to be done to protect your assets from your future long-term care costs.