SuddenDeathChecklist.com Introduces New Blog Posts Spotlighting Current Events

Introducing blog posts that make the reader connect real-world events with their own future plans for death and business succession.

SuddenDeathChecklist.com

SuddenDeathChecklist.com is pleased to announce the addition of current event blog posts relating to estate planning and business transitions from one generation of ownership to the next.

Our goal is to link what is happening in the news to the need for business owners to make detailed plans for their executors, families, and advisers to follow in the event of their sudden death.

Our goal is to link what is happening in the news to the need for business owners to make detailed plans for their executors, families, and advisors to follow in the event of their sudden death.

Jason Homan

Freelance Reporter & Writer

For example, Aretha Franklin’s death has recently been in the news. According to reports, her estate was worth somewhere around eighty million dollars, and she died without a will or business succession plan – putting the strain of a probate process on the surviving family members. Read the full new blog article with explanations by business succession consultant, Jack Veale, by clicking here.

We are excited about our new current events blog and are hopeful that it will be a catalyst for some business owners to begin a planning process with their advisers that will ultimately result in lower stress on their families and businesses in the event of the owner’s untimely death.

About us:

This press release is brought to you by Jack Veale, Author of The Sudden Death Checklist. The Sudden Death Checklist is designed for business owners and their families and is considered the ultimate “just in case” checklist for business owners to prepare their family and business for the owner's unexpected death.

This essential workbook provides:

  • Detailed checklists for both spouses
  • A roadmap for business owners and their families to work through all of the necessary steps and details of their own approaching death and after-death details
  • A guided examination of your business succession strategy
  • An inclusion of your trusted advisers in the process
  • Instructions on how to work through the workbook 

Contact:

To learn more about Jack Veale and business succession planning go to SuddenDeathChecklist.com.

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48 Walkley Road, West Hartford, CT 06119-1345
​Phone: 860.232.9858

Source: SuddenDeathChecklist.com

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