Estate planning and the documents that go with it can seem complicated, but with clear and straight-forward information about the different components and step-by-step assistance through the process, you can make educated decisions with confidence.
Having a Will in place is one of the most important things you can do to protect your family. With it, you'll have the peace of mind that comes from knowing your family's legal interests will be taken care of should something happen to you.
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think about creating a Will? Probably what you’re going to do with your estate — your “stuff.” While it’s true that how you allocate your assets is a key function of a Will, when you’re creating your legacy what really matters is how the disposition of your property affects the people, pets, and causes that you care about most.
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Thinking about passing away is difficult. But don’t let that delay you from protecting your family’s future. It just takes a little effort to ensure that your loved ones are happy and well cared for. Here are three things to consider as you put together a plan for your family’s future.
What is a will and what happens if I don’t have one? Also, why should I care about estate planning? Find out the answers to these and other most frequently asked questions about estate planning.
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