5 Elements of a Well-Crafted Estate Plan

Soon after your son or daughter tosses a graduation cap into the air, it may be time to sit down for a slightly uncomfortable conversation about your estate plan. When your child was a minor, your plan named a guardian and provided for assets to support your children in case you were gone. Now that your child can live alone, it’s important to update the plan to talk about whether and how you want to distribute assets to children after you’re gone. Unfortunately, there is no easy way to conduct family conversations about finances, especially not estate planning.

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