People are constantly asking me, "Lloyd, do I really need a Will. Isn't that something only people with a lot of money need?" And my answer is always a big, resounding NO. Not only should everyone have at least a simple Will as part of their estate plan, they should most definitely also have a well drafted Power of Attorney and Living Will as part of their overall plan as well. Here's a nice little article that appeared in USA Today last year that does a nice job of explaining why having a Will is so very important.
Quit procrastinating folks. You should probably have started thinking about estate planning when you first had children, but it's never too late to get started. Estate planning isn't scary and it certainly doesn't cost a lot of money to get the basic documents put in place.
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