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It's Not Too Late to Plan Your Estate
Did you know six in ten American adults have no will or estate plan in place? (Caring.com) No one wants to be reminded of their own mortality or spend too much time thinking about what might happen once they’re gone. But here is some food for thought:
Wondering where to start? We’ve gathered the five most important documents to begin your estate plan. While these documents may not be everything you need to get started, they will start your journey to peace of mind.
A will allows you to specify who you want to inherit your property and other assets.
In the case that you become incapacitated, the individual named in this document can make financial decisions on your behalf.
In the case that you become incapacitated, the individual named in this document can make medical decisions on your behalf.
A document that defines medical treatments you would and would not want to be used to keep you alive or assigns someone to make that decision on your behalf.
Similar to a will, this document allows you to specify who you want to inherit your property but avoids probate, a court-supervised process.
At Financial Designs Wealth, we focus on providing simple solutions in a complex world. We walk our clients through every step of the process to ensure their estate plan is executed, providing a seamless transition to the next generation.
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