If you’re like most Americans, you’ve
worked a lifetime to build a financially secure estate for your
family and heirs. Regardless of your income or net worth, a solid
estate plan is essential in helping your loved ones avoid unexpected
legal problems, settlement delays and needless taxing of your
An RPA Membership can help protect your loved
Founded in 1998, The Retirement Planning Association
(RPA) is a not-for-profit corporation that firmly believes the
American taxpayer should have complete access to education and
information regarding the following questions:
- What will happen to my estate when I die?
- Who would become the legal guardian of
my minor children?
- What would happen if I became mentally
incapacitated due to an accident, illness or stroke?
- What would happen if I became reliant on
life support or needed a heath care surrogate?
Situations like these don’t discriminate--they
can affect both the affluent and the average American alike.
Everyone needs these basic estate planning
- Revocable Living Trust
- Power of Attorney
- HIPAA Forms
The RPA has consulted with numerous estate
planning attorneys—professionals who are experts in their
field—to provide the valuable information on this website.
It is our goal to explain complicated issues and provide answers
to frequently asked questions regarding all aspects of estate
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