You may already have a will, POA and living will, but what about the rest?
If the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us anything, it is that we aren’t guaranteed tomorrow and that we need to plan accordingly when possible. The pandemic has made many Americans more open to talking about end-of-life and produced a rise in estate planning.
However, despite this increase, more than half of American adults still don’t have a will. Even more concerning is that many don’t think they need one because they don’t have enough assets to warrant a will. Let us assure you, you need a will. Everyone has assets and whether you’re 40 or 70 years old, a will is something your family will be grateful you have if something were to happen to you.
Starting a will or any end-of-life plan can be overwhelming, so that’s where we come in. Keep reading below for a few blind spots that will help you build a comprehensive end-of-life plan.