A great estate plan should provide for your loved ones in an effective and efficient manner by avoiding guardianship during your lifetime, probate at death, estate taxes and unnecessary delays.
Estate planning is particularly important for people who have minor children, older adults who have a spouse with disabilities or an adult child with special needs, or nontraditional families or couples.
There are a variety of ways to protect and transfer money and property, but it is important to consider that your choices can either help, and build your family or lead to anger and the wasting of assets. Careful, appropriate and family-focused estate planning can help ensure your family remains financially and emotionally strong, stable and responsible.
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