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Don’t spend another day away from your kids without understanding what that really means.

That is the message from Jacqui Brauman, the author of a guide book that every parent should read. Brauman’s book is about living the best life you can, leaving the world a better place and setting the foundation for success for your spouse, children, and loved ones, no matter how long you live and no matter how much money you leave behind. “In Case of Emergency: A practical guide for young families in the event of injury or death,” is an easy-to-read story format that shows one how to plan and prepare for a serious injury or death.

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Most of us have not planned at all for the time when we are not here. We plan for things that may never happen: fire and earthquake. We plan for things that are not particularly important: trips to the supermarket. We spend large amounts of time planning our children’s birthday parties and play dates. So why do we fail to plan for something guaranteed to happen: our eventual death? It’s just a matter of time. The plans and preparations you make today will impact generations to come, and this guide, In Case of Emergency: A Practical guide for young families in the event of injury or death, is the beginning to understanding how quick and easy it is to do the right thing for the people you love most.

Brauman is the principal solicitor and director of Theobald Lawyers Pty Ltd., a Bachelor of Laws, Bachelor of Accounting, Advanced Diploma in Taxation Law, Graduate Certificate in Applied Law (In House), and she is currently studying her Masters in Law majoring in Wills and Estates. She started her legal career in Seymour in 2007, and after working in all areas of practice for three years, she moved to Wagga Wagga where she primarily practiced in Family Law.

After Wagga Wagga, she then worked for two years in Sydney as in-house counsel in a large recycling company, practicing mainly in compliance and property law. She escaped this and returned to Central Victoria as soon as she could. Jacqui now practices primarily in the area of Estate and Succession Planning, along with Property Law, and Business and Commercial transactions. The advice she offers in In Case of Emergency: A practical guide for young families in the event of injury or death is simply invaluable.

Pick up a copy of In Case of Emergency: A practical guide for young families in the event of injury or death here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00RQZLTA2.

Public school educated and raised in Wangaratta, Jacqui is married to Daniel Brauman. They live together with their blue-heeler Akro at their property just south of Seymour. Together, they do a lot of camping and fishing in the Victorian high country. Jacqui also enjoys running and generally keeping fit. There are some who may remember when she used to be a fitness instructor for the Mitchell Shire Council, taking boxercise, spin classes and yogalates in the evenings!

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