Estate Planning is Important to Preserving Your Legacy
Estate Planning Can Help Ensure Your Legacy is Passed On
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What is an Estate Plan?
An Estate Plan is a set of legal documents drafted usually with the help of an Estate Planning attorney that outlines your wishes for your assets in your lifetime, and after. Many people also use Estate Plans to financially plan for what and who should manage their estate in the event of becoming incapacitated. An Estate Plan can include anything such as Trusts, Wills, medical care directives, and financial Powers of Attorney.
The Importance of an Estate Plan
Estate Planning is important because without these important documents specifying how your estate should be managed upon death or if you become incapacitated, the courts become the decision maker. Without these important Estate Planning documents, the courts can appoint someone to distribute your assets, pay debt, and file and pay annual estate taxes. These decisions are best left to people with intimate knowledge about your estate. Estate Planning allows you to choose this person. An Estate Plan can help ensure that your wishes are clear. Estate Planning can:
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The cost of not having an Estate Plan may cost you and your family more in the long run. Don’t let someone else decide who gets what of your estate. Start Estate Planning today, and help assure your family’s future. Download the report today and see which Estate Plan is right for you.