"A will, a power of attorney for finance, a power of attorney for healthcare, and a living will are the basic estate-planning tools necessary to protect you and your loved ones. Without them, your wishes may not be carried out.” —John J. Urban
No matter how young or old you are, proper estate planning is crucial. Whether you are single, married, old, or young, the time to put a plan in place is right now.
Beyond the Basics
If you’ve already taken steps to implement your estate-planning documents, it might be time to dig a little deeper. Is your deed correct? Is it time for a review? Find out what to do, after the basics.
You’ve worked hard for what you’ve got, and it’s important to make sure that both you and your business are protected. Considering a contract? Need help with collections? You’ll find more information right here.
John has written many columns on the subject of estate planning. You’ll find the links to those stories, which include a wealth of free information, right here.