March 23, 2021—If your business employs family members, or if you are thinking about hiring relatives for the first time, consider the benefits of a family business employment policy. Not only can a well-thought-out policy lead to greater family harmony, but it can set up your employees—and your business—for greater success as well.
July 21—The unexpected arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic created much disruption for families and businesses alike. Now is the time to ask: What can I do to better prepare my family and our business for the next potential crisis? National Director of Family Legacy Planning Marguerite Weese discusses the importance of taking the time to equip your family with the tools they need to weather the next storm.
Being prepared for whatever comes your way is the best way to protect what you’ve builtNo matter what role you play in owning and running your business—the entrepreneur, the CEO of an established business, or somewhere in between—you may often be so focused on building and growing the business that you’ve forgotten that your most important role is to protect what you’ve already built.
On May 7, Wilmington Trust and wealthmanagement.com hosted an informative webinar on Intentional Inheritance. Our family legacy experts shared their professional advice on how to plan for the successful transfer of your family’s wealth, especially during these turbulent times.
May 5—In this time of uncertainty, many are anxious about what they need to do to ensure their affairs are in order. What do I do if I get sick or I’m quarantined? Who will handle my affairs? How do I even get these documents signed? National Director of Family Legacy Planning, Marguerite Weese, provides some valuable guidance as you consider the importance of keeping your key documents up to date, particularly during these turbulent times.