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Cover these often-overlooked estate planning details

When creating an estate plan, it is easy to focus all your time on the most common details. For example, you may concentrate primarily on creating a will or trust and making sure your children would be taken care of in the event of your death.

But are you paying close enough attention to other estate planning details that are just as important? If not, it is essential that you change your approach. If you overlook one detail, even if it appears to be minor, it could cause your family additional stress in the event of your passing.

A will or trust may or may not be enough for you. Here are some of the other items you need to address:

-- The cost of funeral expenses

-- Powers of attorney

-- Reviewing insurance policies and naming a beneficiary

-- Business succession planning

If you have yet to address questions and concerns associated with these details, there is no better time to do so. Once these are taken care of, you will be more confident that your estate plan is complete. Not only will this put your mind at ease, but it will allow your family to rest easier.

Many people think they have a comprehensive estate plan, but soon find that they have overlooked these types of details. If you want to avoid a similar fate, don't stop until you are satisfied with your plan. Those who require additional information or guidance can visit our "Building a Complete Estate Plan in Texas" webpage. This will help you better understand what you should be doing.

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