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Estate planning questions that may boggle your mind

Many of our Texas readers have already created a solid estate plan while others need to do so in the near future. Regardless of your position, there may be questions related to the process that boggle your mind.

Even though there may be estate planning questions you don't have an answer to right now, it is nice to know that you can dig up the appropriate information without much delay. In other words, every question has an answer.

Here are some of the estate planning questions that have challenged others before you:

-- Who is going to take care of your children if you and your spouse pass away? Not only is this a question that could pose many challenges, but it will force you to face the uncertainty of the future.

-- Who will be staffed with the responsibility of taking care of your pets? In the past, this may not have been something that many considered during the estate planning process. In today's world, more people are looking at their pet in the same light as their children.

-- What will happen to your digital property upon your death? This was never a question before the days of the internet, but technology has now changed everything. From money-making online properties to social media passwords, you need to plan for your digital assets.

These are just three of the many estate planning questions that could boggle your mind and make you take a different outlook on the future. Some speak with a legal professional to ensure that they come up with the right answers.

Source: Forbes, "12 Estate Planning Questions That Might Make You Squirm" Oct. 29, 2014

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