By Bill Hesch
Estate Planning Mistake Number 4 – Failure to make sure your spouse and children are financially secure with adequate disability and life insurance if you become disabled or die.
Are your spouse and children financially secure with adequate disability insurance if you become disabled?
Are your spouse and children financially secure with adequate life insurance if you died?
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