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Family Legacy Interview

Posted by Gregory Robinson | May 02, 2022 | 0 Comments

When you think about loved ones who've passed away, you probably don't think very much—or even at all—about the “things” they've left you. And when they do leave something behind, what you likely cherish most about the object are the memories and feelings the item evokes, not the thing itself.

Sharing Your Family's Unique Story

At The Robinson Advocacy Group, we recognize that estate planning isn't just about protecting and passing on your financial wealth and other tangible assets when you die. When done right, estate planning supports you to pass down the most precious assets of all—your life stories, lessons, insights, and values—and done so intentionally. That's why we call it Life & Legacy Planning, not just estate planning.

To collect and preserve what truly matters most, we include a unique service in every estate plan we create for our clients. When you plan with us, we will personally guide you to create a customized recording for the people you love in which you share your most insightful lessons, memories, and experiences. From there, we will provide you with the recording to ensure it will survive long after you are gone.

And don't worry, if this sounds overwhelming or difficult in any way, it's not. Our clients consistently tell us they are surprised about how easy it was, and how quickly they were able to create a truly meaningful gift for the people they love. But most importantly, what they also tell us is that it brings more intention and awareness to how they want to pass on their values, insights, stories, and experiences to the people they love on a day-to-day basis going forward.


Best of all, the Family Legacy Interview is offered at no additional cost to you, since it is part of each plan we create for our clients. And the process of documenting this recording is as easy and convenient as possible: We use a series of helpful questions and prompts, which makes the process both easy and enjoyable. From start to finish, the entire process takes less than an hour.

My favorite part about this process is that most of our clients tell us that going through it helps them rekindle life moments and memories they would otherwise not share with their loved ones. Indeed, this unique process can enrich your family with something far more valuable than any tangible asset you might leave, and instead leave behind a lasting legacy of love.

Life & Legacy Planning

In the end, your family's most precious wealth is not money, but the memories you make, the values you instill, and the lessons you hand down.

That said, recording your Family Legacy Interview is just a start. To protect and preserve your family's tangible wealth and other assets, you should create a comprehensive estate plan. Yet, we've discovered that “estate planning” is really a misnomer. When done right, it's really about planning for a life you love and a legacy worth leaving by the choices you make today—which is why we call it Life & Legacy Planning.

Your Life & Legacy Plan goes far beyond simply creating documents and then never seeing us again. We will develop a relationship with you and your family that lasts not only for your lifetime but for the lifetime of your children and their children if that's your wish. And this all starts with our Life and Legacy Planning Session. If you'd like to learn more about this process schedule your appointment by contacting us today.

About the Author

Gregory Robinson

Attorney Gregory Robinson is a native of Alabama. He earned his Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree from Mitchell Hamline School of Law and holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from Rice University. Prior to practicing law, he worked as a strategy consultant in the financial industry...

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