The word “estate” has always been connected to “ultra-rich” families, those with a lot to leave behind after their death. However, definitions have changed, and anyone who has anything to leave behind needs to plan their estate. “Estate planning” essentially becomes your family’s guidebook, once you are no longer in the picture. Sounds important? Definitely, and here’s why.
Army officials expect to unveil their final rule changes for burial eligibility at Arlington National Cemetery sometime this fall, after they finish sorting through significant public feedback on plans to restrict which veterans can choose the site as their final resting place.
In some cases, estate planning can be quite simple. In others, it can be a complex process with far-reaching consequences. In either case, it is important to review your wishes and have the proper documents prepared to ensure that they are followed at your death.
Digital assets are part of your legacy. It’s important to plan for how you want them to be managed after you’re gone.