Loss of Your Loved One The loss of your loved one by any means is the most traumatic event in life, evoking powerful emotions and changing your life forever. Grieving your loss is hard work, and you may find help with this process in the Featured Links of our Resources tab.The myriad of details to take care of can seem overwhelming and difficult to accomplish in the fog of stress you may be experiencing. Having a trustworthy, experienced professional walk you through these details may help you avoid serious financial mistakes that can cause even greater loss.Transition Planning, Inc. offers a checklist of prioritized details to help you take care of the things that must be done, and sound advice throughout this difficult time. In addition to this detail list, we will help you with the following:Discovery of your values-based goals (Who do you want to benefit and how? What do you want to happen?)Updated Net Worth StatementReview of existing estate distribution includingBeneficiary ArrangementsOwnership ArrangementsTrustsWillsEstate Flow Chart in both Assets and ValueAnalysis of current situation (What may happen - without changes?)Consideration of special needsEstate Tax EstimationRecommendations to considerCollaborative Referral to other professionals as needed resulting in:Summary of Primary Estate Distribution GoalsReviewed/Updated Will(s)Reviewed/Updated Living WillsReviewed/Updated Trust AgreementsReviewed/Updated Powers of AttorneyCorrect Beneficiary Designations for Qualified Plans, IRAs, Roth IRAs, Life Insurance, Annuities, etc.Correct Ownership Arrangements on accounts, property, business, and other assetsReviewed/Updated Business Agreements for disposition of business interests in the event ofDisabilityDivorceRetirementDeathBusiness failureHostile takeoverNatural disaster or Man-made disasterEstablishment of your final arrangements so survivors don't have to in their time of griefAppropriate communication with Trustees, Executors, and Guardians prior to a triggering event including:Conceptual understanding of primary goalsReview, understanding and acceptance of rolls and responsibilitiesCooperation on a plan of action to work together towards the primary family legacy objectivesVerify today that your plan will work, as you want it to. To more clearly see how this major life transition will profoundly impact your retirement goals and lifestyle, complete the secure, interactive financial planning tool. Let's get started today!