Life Insurance

Protect what matters most


Someone once said, "If you live long enough, eventually you'll die." It's a crass reminder that life is unpredictable. Life insurance is really just a way of telling your loved ones that you care enough to plan for the inevitable. 

Losing a loved one is incredibly difficult, but having to deal with financial burdens, debts and final expenses in addition can be overwhelming. Make a decision to protect your family from the financial burden of death, and invest in something that will show you care.


What is Life Insurance?

Life insurance pays out after your death to the people you designate as beneficiaries — usually children, a spouse or other family members. It’s an important safety net if anyone depends on you financially. The life insurance payout can pay debts such as a mortgage, replace your income and cover funeral expenses.

How Much Do I Need?

There are several important factors to consider when choosing the type and amount of life insurance.

Things to discuss with your agent:

  • Is there debt, loans, or a mortgage that you'd want to cover in the event of your untimely passing?

  • Do you want coverage to help with funeral expenses?

  • Do you have children that you need to protect financially in the event of your untimely passing?

Remember: As your life changes, your insurance should change with it. Talk to your agent about any significant life changes to make sure you still have the right coverage.