Estate Planning at the Holidays?
This is an issue that really gets shoved to the back burner at the holidays. After all, it does not sound very merry to think of the issues that surround estate planning when what we want to do is be happy and joyous. Additionally, holidays bring enough bills, right?
The holidays are a time when we purchase lots of gifts for our family – toys for the kids, things for our parents, siblings and spouses. How many of these items really get used and treasured? How many toys are played with for a few days and then are tossed to the side? How many of the sweaters and ties are pushed to the back of the closet – seldom used.
The bottom line is that many of our holiday purchases are not items with real value.
Consider that if some of your holiday gifting budget were to be spent on something with real, sound value for your family – something that would protect your children and spouse. Then estate planning at this time of the year makes a lot of sense.
Get a jump on your New Year’s Resolutions. Move estate planning to the top of the list. For a real value – for true peace of mind – for protection and security for your loved ones.