Money drama is the last thing people should have to sort through following the death of a loved one. Unfortunately, many of us have heard the stories about families locked in conflict as they try to pool funds to pay for the funeral or memorial service or bickering over who is entitled to family heirlooms or property. Too many of us have firsthand experience with the family fallouts that unfold when a loved one dies. Estate planning can help avoid so much of this.
Estate planning includes the process of documenting your wishes for how you want your assets and personal property distributed upon your death or incapacitation.
During this conversation, estate planning attorney Wayne Hood highlights:
Founder and Attorney
Infinite Estate Planning
Bio: Wayne is an attorney admitted to practice law since 2017 in D.C., MD, NY and CA (pending). He founded Infinite Estate Planning to help our community learn how to grow generational wealth, increase financial literacy and protect their legacy through collaborative estate planning. He is also a Certified NBPA Player Agent and managing partner at Apply Pressure Management, a sports and entertainment management group, where he provides representation and legal work for his clients. He began his career in labor/employment law interning with labor unions SEIU and AFGE, fighting for workers’ rights.
B.S. and M.A. – Old Dominion University
Juris Doctor – The Catholic University of America
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