Do I Really Need an Estate Plan

Have you ever asked yourself the following questions?

  • What happens to my kids?
  • Will my kids be provided for?
  • Do I need a trust?
  • What will happen to my house?
  • What will happen to my property?
  • Does my spouse get it all?
  • How do I ensure my heirs are taken care of?

One of the biggest mistakes or hesitations someone can make is thinking that their estate is not large enough to require an estate plan or because the decision to put together an estate plan deals with your eventual death.

Most people do not have an estate large enough that they will incur estate taxes, but that does not mean you should not consider the need for one.  An estate plan encompasses more than just property, it also makes provisions for minor children and health care issues.  Do not leave it up to others to decide what happens to you when you are incapacitated or after your passing.

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