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Estate Planning and the New Parent | 3 Things to Keep in Mind

by Legacy Plan Dec 18, 2017

Summary: The birth of a new child is an incredibly exciting time, representing joy, excitement and hope. As the parent(s) of a new baby, this happy event should also trigger another thought in your brain: the need to create an estate plan or, if you already have one, review and update your existing plan. There are many facets of estate planning where the addition of a new “bundle of joy” may be impacted and where proper planning can help you protect them even more.

Here are just a few (four, to be specific) of the things you should consider when it comes to your new child and your estate planning:

You probably have a million things on your “to do” list right after you’ve had a new baby. While estate planning may not seem pressing, it is important not to overlook it. There are many areas where prompt and proper estate planning can help you protect your child and give you the peace of mind that comes from knowing that, even you’re not around, you are still providing for your child.

This article is published by the Legacy Assurance Plan and is intended for general informational purposes only. Some information may not apply to your situation. It does not, nor is it intended, to constitute legal advice. You should consult with an attorney regarding any specific questions about probate, living probate or other estate planning matters. Legacy Assurance Plan is an estate planning services-company and is not a lawyer or law firm and is not engaged in the practice of law. For more information about this and other estate planning matters visit our website at www.legacyassuranceplan.com

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