There are some subjects we just want to avoid, especially the ones we sincerely hope to never face. Yet if that day comes, we may find we weren’t prepared. Since one of our own, Julie Graham, just found herself in this position of having lost her husband of 11 years and steps away this week, we thought it would be a good time to look at how to prepare for an unexpected loss. Darlene is joined by attorney, Leesha Crouch, to discuss in simple, relatable terms the things that every woman should do legally to safeguard her family if heartbreak should hit.
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Quote of the episode:
“Life is what happens to us while we are making other plans.” Allen Saunders
Leesha Newkirk Crouch is an attorney and mom who specializes in Family Law at the Legacy Law Firm, where she focuses on Mediation and a Cooperative and Collaborative approach to dispute resolution. She also has experience in Wills and Trusts, Business Formation, and Probate. She is trained in Collaborative Law and is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator, which affords her the opportunity to approach family law in a unique and specialized manner.