YOUR MOST VALUABLE ASSETS: FAMILY STORIES
FREE STORY VAULT ACCESS
Welcome to the Living Legacy Project, by Legacy Stories. CSI has established an exciting strategic partnership with this dynamic organization. Legacy Stories is a non-profit organization dedicated to collecting and preserving family legacy stories. Ask your CSI Advisor Partner for your complimentary access to Story Vault and let the journey begin.
CAPTURE FAMILY STORIES
Your CSI Advisor Partner knows the value of family legacies. Now, you and your family can collaborate to capture what’s important. Through your complimentary access to the Story Vault, create talking photos in slideshows, audio files to capture the voices of the family and more. Explore virtual groups and learn through the online Mentor Center.
GET YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED
In communities across the county, we’ve launched a movement to help people from all walks of life to engage in financial literacy. While estate and financial planning laws vary from state to state, the principles remain the same. Education, planning and ongoing support can make all the difference. The eState Planning Foundation and Advisor Partners co-sponsor free educational workshops in local communities throughout the country. To learn more about upcoming events in your area, simply click on the button below and let us know. One of our Advisor Partners will be in touch.
My wife and I had been talking with a few different financial planners about our financial future. We had some things in place but we didn’t feel ready. After attending one of the free classes hosted at our local library, we realized that we if we met with a CSI Advisor Partner and followed their formula, we could get things wrapped up. We are so relieved.
Robert and Kayle J. Houston, TX
Once my Dad passed, my Mother’s health started changing. Dad had a trust set up for Mom, but I wanted to find out if there was anything our family could do make sure that she was going to have what she needed. I went to the free educational workshop at my local library. It was helpful to be able to ask questions without feeling pressured.
Arlene R. Seattle, WA