Recently, my husband’s mom passed away, and as we went through the probate process, I began to feel like my husband and I hadn’t done enough to plan for the future.
Sure, we have a retirement plan and a will. But I worried that we hadn’t done enough to ensure our child on the autism spectrum would have a caregiver into adulthood. I realized I wasn’t clear on whether our home could be passed on to our children if something were to happen to us. And these concerns spun into others.
So, I did tons of research, and with every new thing I learned, I began to feel better. I’d love to share that knowledge on healthyhomeblog.com. I could write a guest article for you with a novice’s approach to life planning–what contingencies to plan for when it comes to your children’s futures, what financial considerations to make and where you can learn more about them, and so on.
It’s a tough subject to tackle, but I hope hearing about it from someone who until just recently felt equally overwhelmed will be helpful to those who just don’t know quite where to start.
Please let me know what you think. If you’re interested in a guest article, I can get it over to you right away.
All the best,