America's easiest to understand estate planning guide designed to balance plain language, organization, and usability for maximum comprehension of wills, trusts, and powers of attorney
Increase your understanding of estate planning with this guide written and edited by attorneys that is valid in all 50 States and Washington, D.C.
Most people have the capacity to understand what is involved in creating an estate plan. Whether you are looking to create your own estate planning documents or you have already retained a lawyer, you can benefit greatly from knowing what is involved in creating an estate plan.
The lack of easy to understand information prevents most people from trying to understand what is involved in estate planning. This leaves many people frustrated and apprehensive about estate planning. This book can help fill this information gap and may reduce your frustration and apprehension because, in writing this book, we assume you have no prior knowledge or experience with estate planning. We cut down on the legal jargon and where the legal jargon is inescapable, we provide additional explanations. We start at the absolute basic level while helping you with ideas you may not have considered.
You should buy this book if you want to learn more about how to plan for your death to make it easier on your loved ones you leave behind.
Open the book to:
- Outsmart the system by learning how your estate can lower estate taxes, avoid probate, and avoid some of the common pitfalls,
- Control the future of your stuff by preparing for the needs of your loved ones after your death,
- and Eliminate uncertainty in tomorrow with a plan in hand.
˃˃˃ No matter the size of your estate or the type of property you own, this book provides information you can use to plan your estate, including why you need a will, power of attorney, and living trusts. An estate plan can help ensure your wishes are carried out following your death and creating an estate plan can provide you with the peace of mind of knowing that your final arrangements have been planned.
With this book, you'll discover:
The more you understand about your estate plan options, the better you can make your wishes known to your family, and other loved ones.
˃˃˃ Easy to understand, in plain language, and a time saver, Estate Planning in Plain-English is designed for married couples with and without children, and single people in all 50 States and Washington, D.C. who want to find estate planning information they can understand, quickly, and accurately.
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