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New Year’s resolutions and estate planning

New Year’s resolutions and estate planning

On Behalf of | Nov 23, 2018 | Wills And Trusts

With the new year around the corner, many people have resolutions to eat healthier or change their lives in other positive ways. Often, these resolutions fail and people find themselves falling back into their bad habits. However, setting up an estate plan or going over an estate plan that needs revision is an excellent resolution and one that many people can easily keep. This resolution may not only be beneficial for you and your estate, but it could be very helpful for your loved ones as well.

Whether you are creating a will or a trust for the first time or you are taking a second look at your estate plan, it is pivotal to carefully analyze your options. For example, certain types of estate plans work out better for some people and it is vital to cover every base if you are revising your estate plan for any reason. The holiday season can be stressful for many reasons, from family drama to racking up credit card debt and bad weather. However, handling your estate plan appropriately is one way to relieve stress and give yourself some peace of mind during this time of year.

If you are planning on changing your life for the better with the turn of the year, you should not overlook your finances or the importance of planning ahead when it comes to your estate. If you follow the link to our wills and trusts section, you can access more material on creating an estate plan.

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