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Estate planning does not have to be complicated

The idea of creating a will generally is not an exciting one, which is why this task often goes uncompleted in Florida. However, estate planning is an important process for anyone who owns assets, no matter how many or few they own. Failure to plan an estate means the loss of protection of one's assets long term.

Estate planning is critical for people at various asset levels

A mistake that many owners of assets in Florida make is thinking that only the super wealthy need to plan financially for death while other people do not. The truth is that estate planning is valuable for everybody no matter how much or how little he or she owns. Here is a glimpse at what makes estate planning so critical across the board.

Wills, trusts helpful estate planning tools

People generally prefer not to talk about death. The reality, though, is that death can strike at any time, so it only makes sense to prepare for it. A few estate planning tips may help asset owners in Florida to protect their assets in the event of their deaths.

Estate planning important for older adults with adult children

Thinking about death is often uncomfortable, which is why many people do not have wills or trusts in place. However, estate planning is incredibly important for preparing for the future, including one's death. Here are a few estate planning tips especially for those with adult children in Florida.

Myths can keep Floridians from estate planning

Often, people postpone making an estate plan because they have common misconceptions about the process. As essential as it is to have such documents in place – no matter people's age or wealth – they may delay even to seek information about estate planning until it is too late, leaving their loved ones to struggle through a complicated probate. Knowledge is power, and dispelling some of those misunderstandings may encourage some Florida residents to end their procrastination and take the important step.

Estate planning is an essential part of future planning

People in Florida generally prefer not to discuss the possibility of passing away. Likewise, they prefer not to think about how their deaths may impact their loved ones. However, addressing these topics during the estate planning process is a critical part of planning for the future.

Estate planning with irrevocable trusts poses some challenges

Irrevocable trusts offers many benefits -- for instance, they offer major protection against creditors. This is why some asset owners in Florida pursue these types of trusts during the estate planning process. The challenge, though, is that an irrevocable trust generally cannot be amended.

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Ryan M. Mynard, Attorney at Law, P.A.

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