Planning has psychological benefits for individuals and entire families that go beyond the legal-technical aspect. “Feeling good” about your planning, a highly non-technical consideration, is actually one of estate planning’s most important outcomes. Without this element, the perceived significance of planning decreases leading to less of a likelihood that continuing maintenance, updating, and education will occur in succeeding years. Therefore, planning should be a challenging but enjoyable exercise that results in peace of mind about how your wishes and desires are set forth and to be carried out – one that ensures you’ll feel good about participating in regularly.
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