How to Tackle Estate-Planning Basics
Guess what? You've probably already started the process.
Estate planning is one of those tasks that makes almost any other job look appealing, no matter how lowly--cleaning the filter on the vacuum cleaner, dealing with the Equifax breach, you name it.
First, you may wonder if your assets are substantial enough to warrant an estate plan. Moreover, estate plans are usually drafted by lawyers, and that means dollar signs. And then there's the obvious issue: Do you really want to spend time contemplating your own death or disability, which is what estate planning requires you to do?