Procrastination stands in the way of preparedness, and it rears its ugly head in the field of estate planning all too often. Believe it or not, less than half of the people in the United States actually have an estate plan in place. This is really not acceptable and one of the reasons why people procrastinate is because of the fact that they don’t like to think about the subject of death.
However you may feel about the subject, recent studies have indicated that no less than 100% of Americans will eventually pass away. It makes no sense to go through life ignoring the inevitable, especially when you consider the fact that estate planning involves providing for those that you love. It also entails taking difficult decisions out of their hands by taking personal responsibility for your own choices.
It’s not like estate planning is something that is going to consume enormous amounts of time or cost you an infinite amount of money. You simply make an appointment to speak with a licensed estate planning lawyer, explain your wishes, discuss the nature of your assets, and draw up the appropriate documents for your own protection and that of your loved ones.
If you are currently going through life without an estate plan you are shirking one of the core responsibilities of adulthood. Should you be ready to put the procrastination behind you simply take action right now to arrange for a consultation with an experienced, savvy Hartford estate planning attorney.
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