Many people put off creating an estate plan. Maybe the thought of planning for the end of your life and after is frightening or disturbing. Maybe you think you and your belongings aren’t worth enough to need an estate plan. Maybe you assume the state will handle you assets appropriately.
Unfortunately, a lot can go wrong between the here and now and the hereafter (or the none-after, or whatever else you’re expecting when you pass. We don’t judge). Did you know that if you can’t sign documents regarding your estate and your health, it can cost a lot of money?
Attorney MaryClare Lawrence recommends the excellent article below by Southern California attorney Stuart Foreman. Mr. Foreman has many insightful things to say about procrastinating on your estate plan.The article is from the Senior Living Blog on A Place for Mom.