Sunday, June 21, 2009

What are you doing to protect your significant other if you die?

Give a look at Economic crisis heightens financial fallout for bereaved:

Researchers conclude that some financial difficulties following death of a partner can be prevented; others can be avoided. Policymaking must address the immediate circumstances of people experiencing bereavement. In the long term, enabling people to sustain paid employment throughout their working lives, occupational and private pensions, will help ensure an acceptable standard of living in retirement and protect people whose partner has died from financial hardship and economic decline.
Call a lawyer and get started.