If you've amassed sizable wealth, or are on the right path and getting there, it may be time to consider how to pass on some of that money to children and grandchildren, without creating big problems that could harm their futures and destroy family harmony.
What would happen if you or your child caused a car accident that resulted in serious injuries or the deaths of others?
How would you pay for the treatment and damages of someone who was hurt in your home and claimed negligence? What happens when they claim to have suffered greatly because of the injury?
It's been said that a man with health has a thousand dreams, while a man with no health has but one. Don't you owe it to yourself, your family, your career and your community to have not only a thousand dreams, but also the energy and engagement to make them happen?
Want to see some amazing results in your life? Ask questions and then listen well. We have discovered that a disproportionate number of the most successful people consistently and systematically use an approach known as insightful questioning to build rapport with other people in ways that generate much better outcomes.
Getting Your Family Involved in Charitable Giving Can Create a Powerful Legacy
A growing number of successful people have a strong urge to "pay it forward" by financially supporting causes and organizations that are near and dear to their hearts.
A key objective among many single-family offices serving Super Rich families (those with a net-worth of at least $500 Million) is to enable future generations of family members to build their own wealth and create their own entrepreneurial legacies.
What our research shows about how self-made Super Rich build their wealth.
Have you taken steps to protect the assets you have worked so hard to build?
Chances are, you know someone who has been sued. Maybe that someone is you.
Many Successful families use Trusts to minimize taxes, transfer wealth and protect assets from creditors and others. You may have already set-up a trust, or you may hold an inheritance you received in a trust that was created decades ago.