Nine Essential Estate Planning Documents

Posted on : Sep 19, 2017 | Filled under : News

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Dying intestate (without a will) leaves your heirs with a potential mess. And yet, 64% of Americans die without one, says a recent Harris Interactive poll for RocketLawyer, a legal website. The number one reason people haven’t created a will is that they haven’t gotten around to it yet, say 55% of those surveyed.

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Essential Documents:

1. Will

2. Trust

3. Healthcare Power of Attorney & Living Will

4. Durable Power of Attorney

5. Beneficiary Designations

6. Life Insurance

7. Provision for Digital Assets

8. Letter of Intent

9. List of Documents

 

Without a will, a probate court decides where your property goes; it can take months—sometimes years. Money you intended for heirs and good causes may go to pay lawyers. Do you have young children? If your will doesn’t name their guardians, a court will do it. And what about Fido and the kitties? Their future is up for grabs if your will doesn’t spell it out.

If you need additonal guidance, contact us today… 408.879.0789 inquiry@kingwealth.com.

 

 

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Dying intestate (without a will) leaves your heirs with a potential mess. And yet, 64% of Americans die without one, says a recent Harris Interactive poll for RocketLawyer, a legal website. The number one reason people haven’t created a will is that they haven’t gotten around to it yet,...