7 Estate Planning Things You Must Do in the Time of Coronavirus

If you get sick and require hospitalization due to COVID-19, you will be immediately isolated from family. So the time to finish up any unresolved advance planning and organization is now.

Self-isolation and quarantines have given rise to unique problems and a new way of thinking. With a global pandemic and health and wellness becoming a huge priority in people’s lives, it seems like a good time for all of us to reflect on our preparedness for the future and to confirm that our families are well protected in case of sickness or even worse.

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5 Ways to Avoid the Time and Expense of Probate

Probate can be a very expensive and time-consuming process. Learn how you can avoid probate with these five tips.

Sure, death is inevitable. But what most of us don’t think about is that when the time comes, your “stuff,” including your financial assets, generally lives on. It is still essentially yours until it is legally transferred to another person or entity. That transfer of assets can occur in any number of ways, but often includes a process known as probate.

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