I have talked before about everyone having an estate. This just means we all have something. And once we know that we have something, then the next logical thought is that we all have something to plan for.
And you may be saying that you have your plan in place. So I will say “Kudos!” You are better than 70% of Americans.
But what about your parents? What about your adult children (keep in mind that “adult” is 18 years and older)? Have you talked to them about getting their plan in place? What about your friends and neighbors? Don’t you want to share the relief and peace of mind you have by getting your estate properly planned?
And I know that estate planning (i.e. death and taxes) is not an easy subject. “So, have you given any thought to dying, and the impact it will have on your loved ones?” That sentence just does not roll off of your tongue.
But remember, everyone has an estate, so you don’t have to get into any details. You can simply talk about how good you feel but talking with your Morris Hall attorney and getting your affairs in order. You just need to open the door with those positive feelings.
Planning is for everyone. The plan content differs by the needs and goals of the individual. As you know, the first step is meeting with one of our attorneys. We can’t call your parents, or your kids. We can’t call your friends and neighbors. But you can have them call us, and they can have what you have – a great estate plan and peace of mind.
Contributed by Morris Hall, PLLC Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Las Cruces Estate Planning Attorney and Partner, James P. Plitz.
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