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Where There's a Will, There's a Way

Where There's a Will, There's a Way

May 29, 2024

People can strive to have a lot of power in this life but fail to realize that the power of a will goes beyond this life. With only 1/3 of adults having a will as part of an estate plan, many forfeit their planning and leave their hopes to chance rather than a plan. But where there's a will, there is a way.

Will Power

All that you have worked for in this life deserves to be protected. Your will gives you the power to have a plan for your assets and provision for your loved ones after you are gone. Dying without a will gives your power to the state. A will needs to be foolproof. Have a professional review your will to ensure there are no errors that could jeopardize your will from being done in your will. Read this article to see the necessary four main parts of a will.


Empower those you care about by ensuring your plans are specific and clear. Giving them the authority to operate in your stead gives them the confidence to carry out your vision. Leaving things unsaid and unplanned guarantees failure. But putting your thoughts in writing, such as a Letter of Instruction, helps to solidify your desires so they are not forgotten or misunderstood. This article conveys what a Letter of Instruction might include. Another example of a Letter of Instruction encompasses your desire to pass your faith on to loved ones. 

When there is a will, there is a way forward and a means to convey your heart and plan beyond your lifespan. If you do not have a will or need assistance crafting an estate plan that gives you and your loved ones confidence, contact us for a free consultation

Yours for Wise Stewardship,

Jeff Rogers