You’re Just Four Documents From an Estate Plan
When it comes to estate planning, the old adage is true. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Many people believe that they do not have enough money to need an estate plan; however, the need for an estate plan is not solely related to the amount of your wealth. Meeting with an estateplanning attorney before an issue arises will enable you to avoid problems and added expense later. A basic estate plan is comprised of four legal documents, which are explained below.
by: Gina M. Barry