Beatrice is the CEO of the Honey Pot Company. She came to me because she wanted to start thinking about how her future should look and feel.
She hadn’t been raised to know much about Estate Planning and felt lost and overwhelmed by a process she didn’t fully understand. She was also concerned that if she waited, she would end up having to pay more as her company grew and she became more successful.
It was a rewarding experience and she felt extremely comfortable and happy to finally be “adulting” and taking care of business. After all, what’s all the hard work for if it doesn’t support you, your family, and your future dreams?
Brenda Wood wanted to create an Estate Plan after going through probate after her mother died. It was an experience she didn't want to pass down to her children.
Despite good intentions, the project kept getting put off year after year, until one day she heard a podcast with the Saunders Firm and saw an opportunity to finally finish her Estate Plan.
She said "it was really simple! Once I contacted you, you were on it. You sent me the information immediately and had it all laid out. I didn't have to think about it - I just checked the things I wanted covered, and that was it."
Ferne Sapp works in travel and ministry. Through her work in ministry, she noticed a lot of people weren't fully prepared and their families were left to clean up the mess. She didn't want to leave that type of situation for her kids, so she contacted our firm.
She said she "loved the video explanations about what the process was like" and thought our process was "extremely educational."
Now she feels "so prepared...like my family is going to be in good hands and won't have to try and figure it all out."
Amber is a graduate of Oakwood University, Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School (J.D.) and Emory University School of Law (LLM). Before she began practicing law, Amber founded Enrichment Prep, an alternative test-prep company. Enrichment Prep was a funding recipient of 100 Urban Entrepreneurs, a pretty cool organization that traveled across the United States with the White House hosting pitch competitions and giving seed funding to entrepreneurs in under-served communities. Amber is the author of Ahead of the Curve: What Parents Need to Know to Get Their Kids Into College (Peterson’s, 2014).
Amber is a serial entrepreneur, author, and attorney whose mission is to help business owners create lawyer-approved, sanity-inducing business strategies to form, fund and flourish in any economy, and help families have the peace of mind of knowing their family will be kept out of court and conflict in case of one of life’s inevitable emergencies.