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Lee County residents advised to add estate planning as resolution

It's that time of year when we roll our eyes at the urging to adopt this resolution or that for the new year. While a new diet or workout routine may seem like a daunting 2015 exercise, there are other more simple resolutions you can make to get the momentum going.

For many Fort Myers area residents, buttoning up one's estate planning can be just the thing to get 2015 started on the right foot. We all have nagging questions about what will happen to our property when we die and many of us routinely settle for thinking about doing something to protect against those contingencies. Given how easy estate planning can be, no one should allow these worries to linger into the new year.

A solid estate plan does not need to be a gargantuan task. In fact, it may be resolved in just a meeting or two with your local estate planning lawyer. These experienced professionals know wills and trusts inside and out. They can advise you on the best instrument for your needs and make sure those worries you carried in 2014 get swept away.

Some people have found that creating an estate plan gives them a new perspective on life. Unencumbered by the stress and worries of what might be, those who are confident in their plan often find a renewed sense of direction that just may lead them to accomplishing those other items on their resolution list.

If you have allowed your estate planning needs to go untended, you should set a meeting with a local Lee County estate planning lawyer. From there, you may be surprised at how easy it is to eliminate the anxiety of planning and move on to living your life to the fullest.

Source: Investors.com, "Estate Planning for 2015: How To Protect Assets From Taxes," Margaret Price, January 2, 2015

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