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What is involved in Estate Planning?

There are many issues to consider when creating an Estate Plan. Among other things, ask yourself the following questions:

  • What are my assets and what is their approximate value?
  • Whom do I want to receive those assets—and when?
  • Who should manage those assets if I cannot—either during my lifetime or after my death?
  • Who should be responsible for taking care of my minor children, if I become unable to care for them myself
  • Who should make decisions on my behalf concerning my care and welfare, if I become unable to care for myself?
  • What do I want done with my remains after I die, and where would I want them buried, scattered or otherwise laid to rest?
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