Many people underestimate their need for a good estate plan or even a basic will. If you are married but don't have children, you may think the same thing. After all, if you pass away, your spouse will inherit your money and possessions, right? What will happen if both of you pass away? It's worthwhile to put careful consideration into a plan for the future.
It's not always easy to make estate planning decisions. These are choices that often pertain to what will happen after you pass away, which you may find unpleasant or foreboding. Even if you do not consider yourself wealthy or you believe that your estate is not that extensive, you will find many benefits to crafting a plan that will allow you to maintain control over what happens. This is a prudent step for all North Dakota couples, even those without children.