The thought of investing time and effort into creating an estate plan may be the last thing on your mind today. Many people think estate planning is only for the rich, or people with complicated assets, or for people “much older,” but that is not true. Having estate plan documents in place, such as a Last Will and Testament, is important not only for older generations with wealth, but for anyone who has loved ones who rely on them. If your desire is to preserve for tomorrow what you have today, estate planning is for you.
Are you a parent? Are you caring for aging loved ones or young children? Do you own real estate? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you need an estate plan.
If you are still on the fence about talking to an attorney about your estate plan, watch this quick video to learn how you can get started planning today:
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