Estate plans are not just for the wealthy. Having an estate plan is important to ensure that your assets are distributed to your loved ones without confusion or dispute. Estate planning allows you to decide who will receive your assets. There are different ways to create estate plans: through a validly executed will, a revocable trust, owning your assets jointly, or filing a transfer on death (TOD) deed or beneficiary designation form. Each of these options have advantages and disadvantages, so it is important to go through this process with an experienced estate planning attorney.
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