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What is Estate Planning?

Estate planning is the act of preparing for the transfer of a person’s wealth and assets after his or her death. Assets, life insurance, pensions, real estate, cars, personal belongings, and debts are all part of one’s estate. Estate plans must be written, signed, and notarized by the person who owns the estate.

Do you need Estate Planning?

Estate planning is not just for the wealthy, it is for everybody. Without an Estate plan in place friends and family can spend forever trying to release assets and the process is normally very expensive.

Although it can seem intimidating it is required to make sure your assets end up where you want them to, without interference of outside third parties.

You work hard building your life, saving money, acquiring possessions, investments and property, all of these assets have to go somewhere when you die. A Will or Trust can determine what goes where and when but of course someone will have to execute your Will correctly.

Looking after an estate can be time consuming mentally and emotionally and involves a lot of responsibility as many different bodies and organisations have to be contacted. Often family-appointed executors find handling a deceased person’s estate intensely problematic, especially if they were particularly close to the person in question.

Make sure Your Assets are Protected

You work hard building your life, saving money, acquiring possessions, investments and property, all of these assets have to go somewhere when you die. A Will or Trust can determine what goes where and when but of course someone will have to execute your Will correctly.

Peace of Mind Without the Stress

Looking after an estate can be time consuming mentally and emotionally and involves a lot of responsibility as many different bodies and organisations have to be contacted. Often family-appointed executors find handling a deceased person’s estate intensely problematic, especially if they were particularly close to the person in question.

Did you know?

Beneficiaries and other interested parties, basically anyone who has a personal financial stake in an estate can sue an executor/administrator for wrongdoing if it results in a financial loss.

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