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DO NOT PROCRASTINATE

UNCERTAINTY OF TOMORROW

Responsible people plan for the future, do financial planning, and insure against risk. However, the future, retirement, and risks are uncertain. They may never happen. Why do people procrastinate when it comes to planning for their demise? One thing is for sure – it is going to happen sooner or later. The problem is that we do not know when tragedy will strike. The possibilities are endless –for example, a car or motorcycle accident on the way home from work, boating accident during a weekend outing, brain aneurism, heart attack, or stroke. All of these things can happen suddenly without warning or time to make decisions.

It is easy to procrastinate when planning for death and incompetency because such subjects bring on a flood of uncomfortable emotions. However, not planning for these events will not change their course and will make it much more difficult and expensive for you and your loved ones to deal with when your time comes. Choices become limited, and most often those choices are not what you would have wanted.

The first step in planning is to give some thought to how you would like to leave your property when you pass away and who you would want to handle your estate. Then, think about who you would trust to manage your assets if you become too ill to do so yourself. I have prepared a short document entitled “Estate Planning – How to Begin,” which describes some basic tools of estate planning in simple English. This document will help you prepare for the next step, which is a consultation with an attorney.




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