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These are some of the most common estate planning mistakes

When it comes to estate planning, there are things you need to do and things you need to avoid.

It's important that you become familiar with the most common estate planning mistakes, as this can put you in a better position to make informed decisions in the future.

Here are some of the many estate planning mistakes that have plagued others before you:

  • No estate plan at all. This is a common mistake that is easy to avoid. If you don't have an estate plan, you need to create one in the near future.
  • Forgetting to make changes when necessary. You should never assume that the estate plan you created in the past will work for you and your family in the future. There are situations, such as divorce and marriage, which could call for a change.
  • Forgetting to plan for a disability. There is more to estate planning than knowing what will happen to your assets upon your death. You should also think about what will happen to you in the event of a disability.
  • Selecting the wrong executor. The person in charge of handling your estate should be responsible and trustworthy. You need to think long and hard about this before making a final decision.
  • Putting it off. You know that you need to create an estate plan or make changes to the one that you currently have, so don't hesitate to move forward. Procrastination won't get you anywhere.

These are just a few of the many estate planning mistakes that people make. If you are able to avoid these, you can feel much better about your future.

It's never easy to think about death and what will happen to your estate when you are gone, but it's something most people do at some point. When you tackle this process in the appropriate manner, everything will come together for you in the end.

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