The Ultimate Act of Love

by | Feb 3, 2021

What does the ultimate act of love mean to you?

February is here!

It’s a month marked with pretty pink and red heart decorations, and flamboyant expressions of love. That’s what I’d like to talk about today – love, and what that looks like in real life, beyond the red roses and glitter.

When you truly love someone else, you want the very best for them. You put a high priority on their needs. You begin to look for ways to express the way you feel about them in the most creative ways. Perhaps you might go out of your way to provide them with a memorable experience, like a once in a lifetime vacation. Other times you thoughtfully provide the tools they need to make their life easier – like a new computer, or a reliable vehicle.

In my opinion, creating an Estate Plan for those you love is the ultimate act of love.

While it may not be as flashy as a bouquet of three dozen red roses, it will not wither. On the contrary, it continues to serve well into the future. A well-crafted estate plan makes a generous spirit come alive in so many practical ways. Every client is unique and I love the role I get to play in helping them create a plan that addresses each and every important person in their life.

I’m not suggesting that you give a legal document in lieu of roses this Valentines Day. But I am inviting you to make February the month you sit down and create your own personal estate plan.

Call my office at 907-334-9200. I’d love to guide you through the process and help you create a rose-filled future for those you love.

Connie Aschenbrenner


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