What's so important about my Legacy?

A Good Steward Plans

December 11, 2020 Kenn Edwards/Ken Roney Season 1 Episode 8
What's so important about my Legacy?
A Good Steward Plans
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What's so important about my Legacy?
A Good Steward Plans
Dec 11, 2020 Season 1 Episode 8
Kenn Edwards/Ken Roney

Our spiritual legacy has more to do with creating an estate plan than you might think, and a holistic view of stewardship includes our estate plan.

Unfortunately, the story that you are about to hear is all too often true. Rosie and Jose were married thirty-seven years when Jose died unexpectedly. Rosie was shocked by Jose’s death, but she was devastated by the events of the next few weeks. 

Like most Americans, Jose died without a valid will. Regrettably, Rosie lost control of everything and the state laws dictated what happen next.

Ken Roney is an attorney and President of the Church of the Nazarene Foundation. He has practiced law for more than 40 years with emphasis on wills, trusts, estate planning. He graduated with high honors from the University of Florida (B.A.) and from Nova University Law School (J.D.) and is licensed to practice law in Florida, Colorado, and Kansas.

Show Notes

Our spiritual legacy has more to do with creating an estate plan than you might think, and a holistic view of stewardship includes our estate plan.

Unfortunately, the story that you are about to hear is all too often true. Rosie and Jose were married thirty-seven years when Jose died unexpectedly. Rosie was shocked by Jose’s death, but she was devastated by the events of the next few weeks. 

Like most Americans, Jose died without a valid will. Regrettably, Rosie lost control of everything and the state laws dictated what happen next.

Ken Roney is an attorney and President of the Church of the Nazarene Foundation. He has practiced law for more than 40 years with emphasis on wills, trusts, estate planning. He graduated with high honors from the University of Florida (B.A.) and from Nova University Law School (J.D.) and is licensed to practice law in Florida, Colorado, and Kansas.