Ethical Wills can add meaning to significant personal, life cycle, or communal moments, such as birthdays; the birth of a child, grandchild, niece, or nephew; holidays; and coming of age ceremonies like b’nei mitzvah, confirmations, and graduations. They can also help respond to life’s challenging moments, like an empty nest or a difficult medical diagnosis.
While any time is a good time to make an Ethical Will, they are often prepared as part of longterm financial, legal, and advance healthcare planning. Like those plans, your Ethical Will is something you may want to periodically review and revise.
Last Updated On: June 28, 2018 11:40 AM