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Women need to know the state of finances for estate planning

Estate planning is a matter that all adults need to handle. For women, this need is enhanced because many women, especially older women, might not be aware of the actual state of their finances. There are several things that need to happen so that they can make sure that their affairs are in order.

Estate planning for single parents must include important points

Single parents need to be sure their children are taken care of just in case they are left without a living parent. This is done in a variety of ways, such as speaking to family and friends. All the planning can be for naught if you don't take the time to set up an estate plan.

Your estate plan must include your current wishes

Your estate plan isn't meant to be like anyone else's plan. Instead, you have to think about your unique circumstances to decide how you are going to handle each matter. It is important that you work on this plan with the goal of having a comprehensive plan that doesn't leave any room for questioning what is supposed to happen.

Your estate plan doesn't need to have a shock factor

The need to have an estate plan ready isn't limited only to very wealthy people who have children and a spouse. Instead, any adult can benefit from one of these plans. When you are ready to create an estate plan, you need to think about a number of points. We will be by your side to make sure that you are getting everything in order.

Estate planning when you're on your own

If you're unattached, you may not have given much thought to estate planning -- it tends to come more to the forefront of people's minds when they marry or have children. However, single people need good estate plans just as much as married people do -- maybe even more, especially if you have a lot of assets built up in your name.

4 estate planning issues to consider today

Making sure that your estate plan is ready for your loved ones when you pass away is a priority. In order to have everything ready, you need to make sure that you aren't making some common estate planning mistakes. These mistakes could mean that your estate plan isn't valid or that you are opening it up to contests about the contents.

Plan the composition of your estate plan carefully

The composition of your estate plan is something that requires careful consideration. Your estate plan isn't likely going to look identical to your best friend's plan or anyone else's plan. Instead, it is a custom plan that takes your wishes into account. We can help you develop your estate plan so that you have the ability to rest knowing that your loved ones have all the provisions you are able to provide for them.

During estate planning, pass on important account information

When doing your estate planning, remember that things are going to feel rather chaotic for your heirs. They have to try to sort everything out without your help. Things that feel easy to you, that you don't think twice about, can be serious hurdles for them.

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101 North Delaware Street, Ste. 1460
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Toll Free: 800-225-4562
Phone: 317-614-0623
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7007 Graham Road, Ste 108
Indianapolis, IN 46220

Toll Free: 800-225-4562
Phone: 317-614-0623
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