General Estate Planning Guidelines

Now that you have completed the creation of your Last Will and Testament, you should consider other simple, but very important, changes to make in other estate planning tools.  The essential estate planning documents purchased from our virtual law office accomplish the core of your estate plan, but other components of your plan must be completed through other means.

Specifically, you should confirm or change your beneficiary designations on life insurance, bank accounts, retirement plans, and other accounts and products not directly governed by your estate planning documents.  To help you in this process, we have created these general guidelines and suggested language for your use.  Please be careful and select the instructions that apply to your particular circumstances.

Single With No Children

Single With Children



If you have prior marriages or children from prior relationships, you will need special provisions in your estate planning documents. Please contact us for assistance.

Not sure what to do? No problem. We can help.

We understand this may seem complicated or that you might feel overwhelmed.  Luckily, we’re here to help.

Just schedule a consultation through our website in order to Talk to a Lawyer.  We recommend a 30-minute consultation to talk with a lawyer about these other important parts of your estate planning.

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