3 Estate Planning New Year's Resolutions


It’s that time of year again – the time when we all collectively resolve to spend a little more at the gym, enjoy a lot more time with our families, read that book, take that vacation, and get our financial houses in order. In the midst of committing to getting healthy or saving for retirement, it can be easy to overlook some of the most important resolutions of all: writing your Will, choosing guardians for your children, or just planning ahead as you get a little older. Here are three estate planning New Year’s Resolutions everyone should add to his or her list.

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