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Protect and Preserve Your Personal and  Family Legacy 

Most people think that you must be rich to leave a legacy to loved ones. Many also believe that you usually leave a legacy after you die. Neither is true! We can leave a legacy in many ways while we live watch & enjoy it develop for years to come and when we do die, we can make sure that it continues to build and spread Joy and generations! Now legacies can come in many different categories such as financial, spiritual, emotional and physical. An example of a financial legacy is leaving your spouse or significant other financially so that he/she can continue to provide for himself/herself and help other family members as the need and desire arises. An example of spiritual legacy may be to raise your children with strong beliefs and behaviors of how to live as Christians or other religious doctrines. emotional legacies may be to model for your children how to love and be nurturing yet without killing the independent spirit. Finally, leaving a physical legacy may be in building and leaving a thriving business for your loved ones to take over when you retire. We all should strive to do this in life and after our death. Here are just a few things I believe can help explain how a Spiritual Legacy and a Financial Legacy can help to create and acquire an emotional and physical legacy. 

The Patriarchs: The Legacy of Faith 
It’s smart to protect the assets you want to pass on to your children. But Tony Evans talks about a far more important inheritance you can leave behind.

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Legacy Safeguard Helps You Protect Your Family and Preserve Your Legacy
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We believe it is important to leave a legacy, and part of that legacy is to be remembered long after we are gone. With this in mind, Legacy Safeguard was created to help you leave a lasting legacy and assist your family through some of the most difficult times in their lives. 

Legacy Safeguard can provide you with legacy planning and end of life planning, assistance, support, and guidance. With access to Legacy Safeguard, we can guide you through the legacy planning process so your family will be able to understand your core values and pass on your life lessons. 

Legacy Safeguard has a comprehensive network of services that are able to provide complete end-of-life planning to ensure your family will be taken care of in their time of need and to help you be remembered long after you're gone.

But what is a Legacy?
Let's start with what it is not. A legacy is not just a will and it isn't the same as estate planning. Above all, it's not just about death. A legacy is about life and passing on what matters most: your values, history, life lessons, your final wishes, and how to handle your possessions. Your life is made up of priceless moments, big or small, that when molded together they make up your legacy. 

We believe a legacy must include your non-material assets - your possessions of emotional value. In fact, when asked to define a legacy, many people identify with these intangibles as the true measure of a life well lived. These are the things your loved ones will treasure above any possession you may leave behind and will become a part of your own personal legacy for generations to come. 

Your values, traditions, beliefs, wishes, and wisdom are the true vestiges of a personal legacy; the gifts money can't buy.

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