No one likes to think about dying or becoming incapacitated. But for some, simply going to work increases the chances of unexpected death or injury. If you are a first responder, this places you in the top 25 most dangerous jobs in America. You face dangerous, risky and potentially fatal situations that put your health and life on the line daily. Not only does our community depend on you, but so do your loved ones, which is why having your basic estate planning documents in place is critical.
False Security Can Lead to Crisis
Most people put off estate planning because they feel that they are too young, too healthy. This false sense of security leaves many people and those who depend on them in crisis situations. It’s never too early to think about creating an estate plan, no matter your age or health stutus. As we know an unplanned accident or illness can happen at any time.
While you don’t show up for work expecting to be injured or die while performing your duties as a first responder, it can still happen. Planning for the possibility is prudent and responsible, and it shows your family how much you care.
Smith Barid is bringing Estate Planning to First Responders at an Affordable Price
Another reason people put off estate planning is because they feel they can’t afford it. The reality of the situation is that you can’t afford not to do it.
As a first responder, performing acts of heroism for strangers puts your life in danger every day. Should something happen to you, having an estate plan in place can be an act of heroism for your family. Putting your plan in place will give you peace of mind that you and your family will be protected.
We’ve created a package with special pricing to provide the most essential legal documents to first reponders at a lower cost. The package will include:
- Single or Married Will Plan
- Power of Attorney
- Advance Directive for Healthcare
- HIPAA Authorization
Call us today to set up your consultation! 912-352-3999