• Survivorship Life Insurance in Estate Planning

    Survivorship life insurance is commonly used to preserve your estate, ensure funds for a special needs child, establish a trust or as a bene...

    Final Expense Insurance

    Final expense insurance can protect your family from the burden of final expenses, like funeral, burial and even medical expenses. Continue ...

    Should You Use a "Do-it-Yourself" Will?

    Creating a will yourself is an option in the estate planning process, but there are times when you should consult a lawyer and get their exp...

    What Is A Special Needs Trust?

    If you need to provide for long-term care of someone with special needs, there are additional considerations that will affect them after your passing.

    Creating Your Will as a Parent

    Creating your will is important, especially when you have children. Read this article to learn the basics about wills, such as what to put i...

    What is a Living Trust?

    When creating an estate plan, know the differences between a will and a living trust. A living trust keeps you in control of your assets whi...

    Four Ways to Use Life Insurance in Estate Planning

    Life insurance can help provide funds to pay estate taxes and offers wealth-protecting benefits, by providing an effective way to transfer wealth to your beneficiaries.

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  • Life Can Be Easier When You Have a Plan
    From wills and trusts, to taxes and powers of attorney, estate planning can be complex.  Yet there's much you can do to streamline one of the most difficult financial planning decisions of your life. In fact, the more you know, the less intimidating and easier estate planning can be. At Protective, we understand the importance of the estate planning process. The following articles were created to address some of the most common components of estate planning, and to help you get the process started.  

    The information presented in our learning center is designed to provide a general introduction to a topic and is for educational purposes only. We always recommend you speak with a qualified financial advisor or insurance representative about your individual situation. For information about Protective Life and its life insurance products and services, visit www.protective.com.