Introduction to Estate Planning
By: Aaron J. Lyttle; Cole Ehmke; Mary Martin; Bill Taylor
Many people tend to avoid the discomfort of issues relating to death and dying, including estate planning. Because of this, more than half of Americans lack basic wills. The subject can be unpleasant, but planning now can prevent painful difficulties down the road. It is often a good idea to deal with the topic sooner, rather than later, so everything is in place when you, a family member or other loved one, and possibly even a very close friend, dies. It is always best to consult an attorney, and possibly an accountant, in creating your estate plan.
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