People who have begun planning their estate generally want their plan to work as intended– which makes sense, right? We all love it when a plan comes together. What are the common errors people make in estate planning? Is there a benefit to waiting? Reactive planning– waiting until an emergency has already occurred– is oftentimes the worst possible option people can choose. What are some ways estate planning during a time of crisis lead to failures? Read on to learn more.
Drafting and Emergencies – Plan Proactively!
Individuals who undertake Estate Planning want to ensure that their plan works the way it’s intended. When clients neglect to consider Estate Planning on a regular basis, they set themselves up for failure. Waiting until an emergency arises almost guarantees that the plan will fail when needed the most. Estate Planning completed under duress can lead to unfavorable results. Read on to learn more.