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Wills, other documents can address intangible and tangible assets

Although the value of living in the moment is often emphasized, the problem is that many people neglect to think big picture about their lives, including what will happen to their assets when they die. Specifically, what will happen to their intangible assets -- their digital properties? Here are a few tips for addressing these types of properties in addition to using wills to address tangible assets in New York.

Creating wills, other estate plan docs is a smart move in 2019

Some people in New York may be embracing the start of 2019 with New Year's resolutions. These individuals may want to include creating wills and other estate planning documents as part of their resolutions this year. Here is a look at why this is critical in the Big Apple.

Wills and other estate plan documents have overlapping purposes

When it comes to planning for the future, estate planning is just as critical of a process as retirement planning is. However, although drafting wills is certainly an important part of the estate planning process, it involves so much more. Other essential documents make up a well-thought-out estate plan as well, and they ideally should be integrated to ascertain that they all work together in New York.

Creating wills, trusts may be a wise move in the New Year

Putting together an estate plan may not be on many people's to-do lists this busy holiday season. The reality, though, is that creating wills and trusts is wise for estate owners who wish to keep their assets protected long term. For this reason, estate planning might be a smart way to kick start the New Year. Here is a glimpse at a couple of tips that may help estate owners to make the most of this process in New York.

Wills, other documents essential for young or old, rich or poor

A common mistake that people in New York make is thinking that they are too old or young to start planning their estates. Likewise, many people believe that they are either too poor or too rich to create wills and other estate planning documents. However, the reality is that estate planning is a wise move for everybody no matter what stage of life he or she may be in, or what his or her financial status might be.

Wills, other documents important to include in estate plans

When it comes to estate planning, people in New York and elsewhere are oftentimes willing to place it on the back burner. However, creating wills is critical for protecting assets long term. Of course, wills are not the only documents that are important to create and include as parts of estate plans.

Wills, trusts need special attention following divorce

Estate planning is critical at all stages of an adult's life. However, it is especially critical for people who are going through divorce. Unfortunately, the stress of the divorce process can easily cause them to neglect essential estate planning steps involving wills and trusts. Here are a few tips for making sure that one's assets are protected following a divorce proceeding in New York.

Wills can be drafted in manners that will prevent family conflict

Individuals in New York oftentimes understand how important it is to plan ahead financially for a rainy day. However, what happens if they were to pass away suddenly? Many people have no idea how to answer this question, as they have not engaged in estate planning. Here is a look at why creating wills and trusts, for example, is so important and how to prevent family discord through a well-thought-out estate plan.

Creating wills -- critical for adults of all ages

Putting together an estate plan might not seem like an essential task for young adults in New York. The reality, though, is that creating wills is critical for individuals both young and old. After all, tomorrow is not promised to anyone. Individuals who pass away before putting together estate plans may cause problems for their surviving family members.

Wills play critical role in protecting assets long term

Thinking about death turns many individuals off from engaging in estate planning. However, creating wills and other estate planning documents is critical for ensuring that one's assets are protected long term. Here is a glimpse at what the process of creating a will involves in New York.