For most people, thinking about one’s own mortality is unpleasant and low on the list of priorities. While you may objectively recognize the need to plan for your future – and the future of your loved ones after you’re gone – it can be hard to summon the motivation to actually create a will or trust. If you’ve made an effort to begin the process but haven’t finalized the details, consider this article the sign you need to finish up! When it comes to an estate plan, though, an unfinished one is about as useful as not having one at all.
Estate Plan Procrastination
There are many reasons why people avoid finishing up their estate planning. For one, the process can be a reminder that you are not, in fact, immortal.