There is no exact definition for "Estate (Legal Life) Planning." It is best described as a process - steps taken in advance of disability, incapacity, and death - to provide for your health care and the disposition of your personal property and real estate. It is an ongoing process - not a one-time event - that is reviewed and updated as your family, financial situations, and relevant law change over your lifetime. Moreover, it is "stewardship."
Make your estate (legal life) plan today, or update your existing one!
It is recommended that your estate (legal life) plan be reviewed by your attorney every 3 - 5 years, depending on changes in your family circumstances and your state law.
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