Settling Down

The first time that most people will start to think about any sort of estate planning is when they get married, start a family, or settle down.
By making plans early, you can answer questions that are much harder to address during a crisis. For example, who will take care of any children in the event of your passing, how will assets be divided up between any family, and who is empowered to make your medical decisions? If the answer is unclear, or if those answers are not in writing, it is time to start thinking about estate planning.

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Estate Planning can seem daunting but it doesn’t have to be. The end goal is to give you and your loved ones some peace of mind so that you can spend less time worrying, and more time living.

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Unsure About What You
Need in an Estate Plan?

Everyone can benefit from estate planning documents, but every situation is different. Figuring out what documents make sense for you can be challenging and confusing. We’ve created this estate planning tool to help you decide.
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