Roger Moore died this week at age 89, in the Swiss Alps that he loved. To many, he was the best James Bond of them all — confident in the face of every danger.
Even James Bond required preplanning
In the opening sequence of The Spy Who Loved Me, Moore is being chased by a host of gun-wielding Russian henchmen. Just as they are about to apprehend him, he sails off an immense cliff on his skis, gracefully soaring thousands of feet down before pulling the ripcord of his parachute, and landing like a cat in the soft powder. Film buffs describe the scene as the greatest stunt in all the James Bond films.
As breathtaking as the scene was, it required everyday planning. Moore had to have packed a parachute for just such an eventuality. More to the point, he worked with professionals who anticipated his needs, and provided guidance.
Do you have a soft landing planned for your family?
Estate planning issues are best dealt with now, rather than later. Do you have the critical documents in place to see your family through difficult times after you are gone? They may face many challenging estate issues involving matters such as:
- Long-term care
- Powers of attorney
- Tax planning
- Probate processes
- Estate administration
An experienced attorney can help you face the realities of life, allowing you to maintain control of your assets. Make wise and prudent decisions today that will minimize future problems for your family.