I call this “The End”. Not because it is, but because now is the time to be sure you have an estate plan in place for your death or incapacitation. Fun stuff, I know, but read on…
The most important thing to remember about estate planning is it is less about you and more about those you leave behind. Think of it as a plan for your loved ones, friends and heirs to go forward in their life with as little grief, regret and expense as possible.
Let’s face it, you’ll be gone, we’ll still be here, dealing with whatever you’ve left. Don’t mess it up. If you do nothing, have nothing in place, the laws of the state where you live will determine what happens to you and your stuff. Is that what you really want?
Here are four-to-five essential components of an estate plan: Read More