Preparing for “Just in Case”

Too often we delay discussion of a will. It’s as if the “boogeyman” will come if we talk it. However, having a will, guardianship or trust does the exact opposite. They serve to safeguard our standard of living and quality of life “just in case” illness, disability, or loss occurs. My latest article addresses why everyone (college graduate, single ladies, retiree, stay at home mom) should have a will.

Ronda Lee
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Ronda is an attorney, writer, and entrepreneur. She is a contributing writer for the Huffington Post. Originally from Chicago, she has lived in Los Angeles and New York. She loves to travel and is passionate about education equity, especially for first generation college students.