Each morning, I wake up thinking about my families schedule for the day and the "To Do List."  I spend the first hour of my day getting everyone up, fed, dressed, and out the door. I have to make sure all backpacks, sports gear, and anything else the day may require is in the car.  It is a challenge to make a trip back to our home to get something that we left behind.  Sometimes we forget an item on the "To Do List." I try to find an alternate solution, or just go without the item that was left behind. For example, my daughter had to just dance in her socks since her dance shoes were left at home. As a mom, I feel awful that my daughter had to particpate in dance class with only socks.  Yet, life continues and other things get added to the "To Do List."

Do you have life insurance on the list of things to do? We don’t want to think about leaving our children behind.  However, what if the unthinkable happens? Would you be leaving a financial burden to your loved ones?

 Below is an article link that helps all parents consider the reasons life insurance is important, and a guide to various types of insurance policies available. 

Please feel free to call our agency with any questions you may have about life insurance.  John Maddrey, Keith Oliver, or Julie Aston will be happy to answer your questions. Erie Insurance, offers a variety of life insurance products with something for every budget. We can help find the best life product to fit your needs.  Finally, life insurance can be crossed off your "To Do List."

Written by: Julie Aston

Life Insurance for Single Parents

Posted 10:33 AM

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