Experience has shown us that as a family moves from Phase I to Phase II, their confidence in their planning decisions become evidently greater since they now know the foundation of their multi-generational plan is now structurally sound. In Phase II, families typically recognize that regardless of the amount of financial assets they have amassed, none of it matters if a good portion of what they own is at risk.
Many families in this phase start to see a dramatic increase in their confidence due to the fact that their financial assets are properly protected in the event of lawsuit, disability, premature death, death or disability of a business partner, creditors, taxes, etc. In this phase, families truly benefit from the products they own because they now have a better understanding of how each of these products work and the advantages and disadvantages of each of them.
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