My family knows my wishes, why would I need all these documents?
The state will give everything to my spouse anyway—won't they?
I don't need to do any estate planning if I'm single.
I haven't laid eyes on my Will since the 90s; it's still good, right?
I'm in my prime, my kids are young; I don't need to worry about estate planning yet.
We hear questions and misconceptions like these all the time. Many people underestimate the importance of estate planning, and even if they don't, they may not fully understand the basics of a solid plan.
The good news is that estate planning does not have to be hard. It's probably not nearly as complicated as you think it is. Through your estate plan, you have the power to help ensure the future security and well-being of your spouse and children. By doing your own planning, you prevent lawyers, courts, and others who may be indifferent to the needs of your family from stepping in to make decisions that are yours to make.
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