Who Needs Estate Planning?

Mar 28, 2011

Many people assume that they do not need estate planning.  The truth is everyone needs estate planning!  No matter what your life experiences, if you are over the age of 18, you need planning.  Take a look at the following list of people who benefit from the use of estate planning.  Speak with an estate planning attorney today!

  • Families who have young children
  • Young couples who have just gotten married
  • College students
  • Individuals who want to provide for their loves ones
  • Young professionals who are just beginning their career
  • Families with adult children
  • Individuals with few assets
  • Individuals with extensive assets
  • Retired individuals
  • Couples who are expecting a child
  • Individuals who have preferences about their funeral arrangements
  • Seniors who have recently lost a spouse
  • Individuals who do not have life insurance
  • Recently divorced individuals
  • Couples who have recently adopted a child
  • GLBT individuals
  • Individuals who want to make important medical decisions ahead of time
  • Veterans of the Armed Forces
  • Elderly couples
  • Individuals who own a business
  • Couples who have become separated
  • Same sex couples
  • Individuals with disabled family members
  • Individuals who want to donate to a worthy cause
  • Grandparents who want to make a difference in their grandchildren’s lives
  • Individuals with life threatening illnesses
  • Families who love their pets
  • Parents who want to make sure their children are cared for no matter what
  • Individuals who want peace of mind

 

As you can see, everyone needs estate planning.  With the help of an estate planning attorney, you can invest in a plan that will meet your individual goals.  Take the steps needed to prepare for the future today!

If you have any questions about the estate planning process, consult with a qualified estate planning attorney.

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