WE'VE DEVELOPED INNOVATIVE FINANCIAL STRATEGIES TO
ACHIEVE WEALTH AFTER DEATH
EVERYONE HAS ASSETS WORTH PROTECTING
Asset protection is not reserved for the wealthy. You possess assets that a creditor would gladly take from your family upon your death, no matter how small. Protect your comic book and music collection, your paid off car, jewelry, copyrights, gaming equipment and all things that are invaluable to your family.
CHILDREN UNDER 18?
Less and less families are traditional, in the sense that the children are born in wedlock and live with both parents. If your family is non-traditional, then you need to assure that the life of your child(ren) is maintained with a pre-approved guardian. You can choose the guardian or CPS can.
BUILD GENERATIONAL WEALTH, NOT DEBT
"An estimated 35 to 45 percent of wealth is inherited rather than self-made, according to Kopczuk’s review of the literature." Imagine explaining to your family that you have left them a trust.
Your life insurance policy, your bank account, and household goods are maintained in the trust and you determine how the value of these items are used to care for your family in precise detail.
Nature Lewis is a licensed attorney in the state of Arizona. She began her practice in 2013 and has since moved it completely virtual. Since the start of her practice, she has devoted herself to a community that believed they could not afford an adequate attorney. She realized that this community was under-served in the area of estate planning simply because they feel there are no assets to protect or that word of mouth is enough to establish custody for their children. Since 2013, Mrs. Lewis prepared hundreds of wills for individuals with net incomes below $60,000. Before talking to Mrs. Lewis, the majority of these individuals believed their asset worth was under $2,000, only to discover household items totaling more than $15,000 that required immediate protection.
The mission of Mrs. Lewis is that all Arizona residents, no matter the income level, have one less thing to worry about during these trying times. No one should worry that their families will end up in a worse position upon the untimely death of a loved one.