Estate Planning is often misunderstood. People often think it’s only for the really rich, the really old, or both. But the truth is Estate Planning is appropriate for all of us. Any of us could have a tragedy strike, even early in life. And it’s not just our death that Estate Planning considers, it’s also for our incapacity. Estate Planning can provide sophisticated solutions for those with substantial means and complex needs. But, perhaps most importantly, Estate Planning also appoints those whom we trust to make decisions for us when we may not be able to make decisions for ourselves.
This brings the focus to the final, and most important reason to do Estate Planning. We’ll look at three reasons to do Estate Planning which have little or nothing to do with your age or your wealth.
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