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Estate planning is an important process for all

Thinking about the future when one will no longer be around is not often a pleasant activity for most Texas residents. However, planning for the future is necessary if one wants to ensure that family members are protected. It is critical that those decisions can be made while a person still has the capacity to do so. Yet, many individuals avoid the estate planning process, even while recognizing its importance. Experts want to put some common misconceptions aside to emphasize the need to have a comprehensive estate plan.

Avoid some common misconceptions about estate planning

Texas residents often discuss their retirement years with financial planners, frequently going to great lengths to assure that they will have sufficient income streams when they are no longer working. Some also have wills in place that name beneficiaries who will receive assets after their passing. While these are important steps to take while thinking about long-terms needs, many individuals do not fully plan for all aspects of their future. Experts report that comprehensive estate planning is often overlooked or considered unnecessary.

Ask parents about long-term care needs, other retirement plans

Many Texas residents and others across the country are blessed to still have their parents involved in their lives. However, as parents age, a host of questions arise regarding their futures. Some individuals may ask their parents about their retirement funds, wills or long-term care plans out of concern. However, those same individuals may not have considered that the answers to those questions may have a significant impact on their lives as well.

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