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6 REASONS TO BEGIN YOUR ESTATE PLANNING (PART 2 OF 2)

6 REASONS TO BEGIN YOUR ESTATE PLANNING (PART 2 OF 2)

It’s important to take the time to handle your estate planning, so all of your needs are met throughout life. Many people put off their planning because of fears or because they feel they don’t have enough time. It’s essential to plan as soon as possible. Take a look at the information below, to better understand the 5 reasons to begin planning.

Plan for future expenses. With an estate plan, you’re able to plan for future expenses. This may include proper retirement planning, college planning, or it may also include purchasing long term care insurance. This can help you have a plan in place so that you don’t have to stress about future needs and expenses. Without a plan, you may live a life full of worry, and may be forced to spend a lot more money on your needs.

Have a greater peace of mind. By creating your plan, you will be able to eliminate some of the fears about the future. Having a plan in place gives you greater peace of mind, and allows your loved ones to feel fewer anxieties about the future. With a plan in place, your loved ones will know that you have handled the important responsibility of planning and that their needs will always be met.

Have control over how your assets are distributed. With a plan, you’re able to have full control over your assets and how they’re distributed. You may choose to give your assets to your loved ones, or you may even choose to donate to a charity or other special cause. Many people enjoy planning out how their assets will be distributed. If you don’t have a plan in place, you have no say in this important matter. Instead, your state’s laws will determine how your affairs are handled.

Now is the time to create your plan! If you have any questions, or if you’d like to begin your estate planning, consult with a qualified estate planning attorney.

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