At its broadest, an estate plan is simply a collection of legal tool that allows you to protect your desires if and when you should become incapacitated or die. Even though everyone dies, the majority of people do not ever get around to actually creating an estate plan. Further, those who decide to create a plan on their own, such as by creating a last will and testament, often overlook many of the important issues that a good estate plan needs to address.
Topics covered in this report include:
- Inheritances Plans, Estate Plans
- Property, Inheritances, and Incapacitation
- Developing an Inheritance Plan That Meshes With your Estate Plan