Four Steps to a Lasting Legacy

Begin your journey with our Personal and Family Legacy Plan

What the PFLP Process Will Do For You:

After Going Through the Process:

  1. Clarity: crystallize what is most important to you
  2. Intentionality: live life according to what is most important
  3. Meaning: a life lived intentionally and for what’s most important is a meaningful one

If You Pass Away Prematurely:

  1. Control: ensure your kids are taken care of by those you choose (instead of who the court chooses)
  2. Provision: ensure your kids are provided for financially and materially
  3. Guidance: your influence will remain a presence in your kids’ lives

Protecting What is Most Valuable to You

The Personal and Family Legacy Plan (PFLP)

 

1. Personal

Distill what is most important to you in your life.  Understand the experiences that have shaped who you are and what stories were formative in your life.  Decide what values, stories and lessons you want to pass on to your children.

2. Family

Consider the relationships with your family and who affirms what is important to you. Consider the relationships with your friends and community, and who you could rely on to carry out your wishes in accordance with your values.

3. Legacy

Determine what your physical assets are, what values, insights and lessons you want instilled in your children, and how your physical assets can be passed on and used in a way that reflects your values and priorities.

4. Plan

The legal documents that reflect your personal values and priorities. The Personal and Family Legacy Interview that is a repository of your memories, stories and insights that will remain as guiding lights for your children.

A life lived with meaning.  A legacy that endures.

 

 

 

 

Take the first two steps now for free

When you register now for PFLP – Foundations, you will gain access to the worksheets and questions that will guide you through the “Personal” and “Family” sections of the PFLP.  Here is what you will gain access to:

1. Personal

Welcome and Explanatory Emails
Questions for Reflection
Worksheets

2. Family

Welcome and Explanatory Emails
Questions for Reflection
Worksheets

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