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A complete estate plan, from will executor to health care

There are not too many people who look forward to the estate planning process. Even so, most realize they need to create a plan to ensure the future well being of their loved ones.

There is a big difference between estate planning and building a "complete" estate plan. Your goal is to make sure no stone is left unturned. This will allow you to feel better, while also giving your family peace of mind.

In the early stages of estate planning, you may focus most of your time on creating a will or trust. While there is nothing wrong with this, there will come a time when you need to move on.

Other details to consider include the following:

-- Health care directives

-- Establishing a financial power of attorney

-- Reviewing all financial accounts and insurance policies

-- Determining how your funeral expenses will be covered

-- Succession planning if you are a business owner

-- Selecting a will executor

These details show there is more to building a complete estate plan than creating a will or trust. There are other considerations, all of which will only make things easier for you and your heirs.

Even if you have touched on many or all of these details in the past, there could come a time in the near future when you must revisit each one to ensure that everything is still in order.

If you require additional information on estate planning, including what deserves most your time and attention, visit the many pages of our website that focus on these topics.

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