# 27 Planning for An Unexpected Illness or Healthcare Crisis
In this week's episode:
No one expects bad things to happen to them, or those they love. But real life tells us that bad things happen to good people, every day.
Nicole also talks about how she experienced her own healthcare crisis, which is why this is the first podcast episode to be aired after receiving a fatal diagnosis – unexpectedly.
Don’t let this happen to you, or to those you love! Take a small amount of time and effort to be prepared.
Be a SMART PLANNER!
This episode is all about planning for an unexpected health crisis, illness, or accident – NO MATTER WHAT YOUR AGE!
In this episode, Nicole discusses the two absolutely essential legal documents every person 18 years and older needs, how people think (incorrectly) that they already have it taken care of, why your spouse may not be the best choice to manage things for you, why you may need to fire your doctor, and much more!
THE INFORMATION IN THIS PODCAST IS NOT INTENDED TO BE, NOR SHOULD IT BE CONSTRUED AS LEGAL ADVICE. IT IS FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. FOR ADVICE SPECIFIC TO YOUR SITUATION, CONSULT WITH A QUALIFIED ATTORNEY.
About the show
Planning isn’t just about getting your will done or going to see your financial planner once a year. SMART planning involves an educated process that incorporates the latest in legal, financial, and healthcare strategies to work toward the most desirable result – the quality of life, throughout your entire life.
The biggest problem, too often, is that “traditional” notions of what is right to do in both legal and financial estate planning don’t always work in today’s world.
I created SmartPlanning101 to help all of us learn how to be better planners for the future – and stay in control. To learn how and when we need to challenge the “status quo” and “conventional wisdom.” To be in a nutshell- “smart planners.”Learn More About The Show Click Here