Financial Steps, Estate Planning, and More to Help You or a Loved One Living With Cancer During COVID-19
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Uncertain times like these require difficult decisions and conversations.
If you are currently fighting cancer or have a loved one who is, we know things are likely even more difficult for you right now. People living with cancer are more susceptible to complications of the COVID-19 pandemic, which is why having your financial documents and estate plan in order is more important than ever before.
The following document is intended to empower you to shape your own legacy and make those difficult decisions easier. Knowing you have a plan in place will provide you with peace of mind. This is your opportunity to make certain your wishes are known to your family, friends, and loved ones, and that they are followed as you intended.
The American Cancer Society is here for you. We offer complimentary resources and assistance to you and your professional advisor, with absolutely no obligation to make a gift. Everyone should have an estate plan – no matter how simple or complex your situation may be – and our Estate and Gift Planning Directors are available to help you make informed decisions. Visit cancer.org/plannedgiving or contact us at 1-800-227-1885 to learn more.
Throughout this pandemic, cancer hasn’t stopped. So neither have we. We will continue to provide lifesaving support, information, and resources to vulnerable cancer patients during COVID-19 and in the future. Thank you for your support. We hope you find the following information beneficial.
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