- Estate planning during a pandemic
- Understanding the importance of advance directives
- What documents should be included in your estate plan
- Steps for funding your living trust
- What to leave for your successor trustee
“52% of people age 55-plus don’t have a will or the other key estate planning documents that you might need during the pandemic”
CARING.COM, 2020 ESTATE PLANNING & WILLS STUDY
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