The Need for Estate Planning
Estate planning is not just for
the wealthy or the elderly. Putting yourself in control of how your
assets are divided up after you die is something that you should do
in order to save your family excessive taxes, legal fees, legal battles,
and family fights.
Your Default Estate Plan
Everyone has an estate plan by default. Each state
has defined rules governing how your assets are distributed upon your
death. By default, if you die without a will, you have what is called
an intestate will. Click here
to read a synopsis of what this will would read if you had written it.
Why So Few Have Estate Plans
It is very easy to put off estate planning. As with
many things in life, it seems like it can wait until tomorrow. Or you
may have been scared off by the expenses -- attorneys cost a lot of
money. You may just have a real lack of understanding about what the
legal process is after you die, and how much time and money can be saved
for your loved ones when an estate plan has been put in place.
Estate Planning - The Right Way
Estate planning done correctly allows YOU to decide where your assets will go, and can help
your family avoid the probate process, estate taxes, and long legal battles that can rip a family apart.
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