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October 19–25, 2020, is National Estate Planning Awareness Week. The purpose of this annual event is to educate the public about what estate planning is and remind us why it can be so important to our financial wellbeing and to the wellbeing of our families after we’re gone.
According to the National Association of Estate Planners and Councils, the purpose of estate planning is to “develop a strategy that will maintain the financial security of individuals through their lifetime and ensure the intended transfer of their property and assets at death, while taking into consideration the unique circumstances of the family and the potential costs of different methods.” 1
Did you catch all that? It’s no wonder that an estimated 56 percent of Americans don’t have an up-to-date estate plan!
In simpler terms, there are a number of important issues that you could address with a properly drafted and executed estate plan:
If you are a business owner, a properly drafted estate plan can also help to ensure your business transfers according to your wishes at your death, disability, or retirement. Whether you plan to gift your business to your children, sell your share to your business partners when you retire, or sell to a third-party buyer or key employee, a plan crafted by your attorney with appropriate legal documentation is instrumental to helping plan for a smooth and effective transition.
If it is important to you to help provide for your family’s future, now is a perfect time to create an estate plan or update your existing plan. An attorney who specializes in estate and business succession can meet with you to discuss a wide range of planning options and help you develop a plan that fits your needs. For more information, ask your Federated marketing representative for a referral to a member of Federated’s network of independent attorneys.
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Published Date:October 19, 2020