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Estate administration starts with the proper estate plan

If you are concerned about the estate administration process, you are not alone. Many of our Texas readers, as well as residents of other states, have concerns about how their estate will be administered upon their death. While this changes from one state to the next, it all starts with creating a well defined estate plan.

You should be thinking about the estate administration process as you move forward with creating your estate plan. When you have the end in mind, you can be assured of making decisions that will benefit your family.

During this process, you should pay close attention to the legacy you want to leave behind. This has a lot to do with your assets, including whether you want to pass these on, give to charity, or do something else.

While creating an estate plan, you have to determine which family members are going to help with the administration process. If they are not on the same page, it will be a challenge to have your plan put into action.

Along with the assistance of loved ones, turning to an estate planning professional can make this easier. This allows you to learn more about the process, while asking questions relevant to your particular situation.

Estate administration may start when you pass on, but you need to be thinking about this well in advance. Instead of waiting too long, hoping that your family figures things out upon your death, it is a must to start with the creation of the proper estate plan. This will put your mind at ease, and make the administration process easier for your heirs.

Source: Daily Herald, "Things to consider when estate planning" No author given, Apr. 30, 2014

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