or , have children or want control over what and how your possessions are distributed after your death. Even if you’re not married or a parent and pretty sure that no one will fight over your collection of Star Trek figurines, having an estate plan in place is still a good idea.
It is your chance to make your final wishes known in absolute terms. It’s also a way to help your family through a sad and stressful time by not adding to their burden.
Creating an estate plan sounds daunting but it doesn’t have to be. Understanding why you’re creating one and the documents you must include for your situation can make the process easier.Read more on success.com