People take steps to protect themselves and their families in various different ways. Individuals buy insurance even when they may never have to use it, because they want to protect their own interests and the interests of their family.
However, this very sound logic is often ignored when it comes to estate planning. Statistics indicate that most of the adults in the United States have not executed all the appropriate estate planning documents.
This is a curious phenomenon, because at the risk of overstating the obvious, everyone is going to pass away someday. Most people are not prepared for something that is definitely going to happen.
When you plan your estate, you are taking action for the benefit of your loved ones. That should be motivation enough to compel you to put a plan in place.
Many people are not prepared because they are not aware of the importance of estate planning. They are under the impression that things will just take care of themselves when that fateful day arrives. Others procrastinate, because they feel that they will have time to put an estate plan in place when they reach an advanced age.
Regardless of the rationale, estate planning is a must for all responsible adults.
National Estate Planning Awareness Week
We are going to join in the effort to raise awareness during National Estate Planning Awareness Week. When you do not fully understand why you should put a plan in place, you may be frozen with inaction, so education is key.
The week of October 20th through the 26th has been designated as National Estate Planning Awareness Week. To support this effort, we would like to direct you to our electronic library of in-depth special reports.
These reports cover numerous different estate planning and elder law topics. When you read the reports that interest you, you will become aware, and you will understand why you should put a plan in place.
The reports are being offered free of charge to our readers at the present time, and you can obtain access through this website.
Simply click this link to browse the titles and access the reports: Free Estate Planning and Elder Law Reports.
Schedule a Free Consultation
In honor of National Estate Planning Awareness Week we are offering free estate planning and elder law consultations at the present time. If you work with a licensed attorney, you can put a personalized plan in place that is ideal for you and your family.
At the consultation we will answer all of your questions, become apprised of your objectives, and help you craft a tailor-made, ironclad estate plan.
To schedule an appointment, send us a message through this link: Hartford CT Estate Planning Attorneys.
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