Have you thought about what would happen to your family if the unthinkable happens?

Is your will up to date? Do you have life insurance? Do you have adequate life insurance? Have you reviewed your beneficiary designations lately? Do you have insurance on your property and income?

Pre-planning for life and death and the “what if” events of life protect you and your family when unknown or uncontrollable events happen. Whether you experience a loss of life, income or property, proper planning can ensure there will be enough money to rebuild or cover unexpected expenses. It will ensure you don’t have to deal with needless taxation, legal challenges, delays or unnecessary family conflicts that can occur after a death, disability or fire.

This section of the ProsperiGuide website, Life and Death, will discuss how to plan of your estate. It will also talk about insurance, like life insurance, homeowner’s insurance and disability coverage.

Estate planning includes:
•    Life insurance
•    Wills
•    Powers of attorney
•    Estate wind up

Other types of insurance include:
•    Home and property
•    Automobile
•    Disability
•    Critical illness; and
•    Caring for the elderly.

The topics covered in this section will help you take action today to protect what you have, provide for your dependants and ensure your affairs are in order when you die.

Life Insurance

Life insurance is not about your needs, it's about the needs of your family, friends and loved ones.


Other Insurance

What if something happened to you so you couldn't work? What if you experienced a catastrophic event or suffered a long-term illness? Would you be protected by the right type of insurance?


Will or No Will?

Where there’s a will there’s a way...forward that is. You aren’t done with your financial plan until your will is in place.



Will you always be invincible? What if something unexpected happens tomorrow?


Estate Planning

Estate planning is more than just having a will. It puts you in control, even after your death, protecting and caring for your family.


Estate Wind Up

Is winding up an estate an honour or a duty? Is it simple or complicated? While it can be challenging, it can also be very rewarding.