1 result(s) displayed (1 - 1):
January 25, 2009
Estate planning is important regardless of your age, income, assets or health. Many people procrastinate about planning for the distribution of assets in the event of their death. Some people feel they don't have enough money or personal belongings to justify executing a Will. Others think they are too young or in too good of health to start planning for their death. However, estate planning involves more than deciding who you want to inherit your belongings when you die.
At minimum, estate planning requires executing basic legal documents to protect your loved ones. Everyone should draft a Last Will and Testament; Power of Attorney; and Living Will or Healthcare Proxy.