The 5 Most Important Estate Planning Decisions
Jun. 20, 2022Updated Jul. 7, 2022
Estate planning means making vital decisions about our children’s care, our assets, and our own medical care — and it requires writing those decisions down in legal documents. The process can seem overwhelming, which is why we brought in some help!
You can read all about the fundamentals of estate planning in this article that Brianna Davidson Jarrett, former estate attorney, Maryland’s current Assistant Attorney General, and a parent of three, including a child with disabilities, wrote for Undivided, but for a short overview of the most important decisions you’ll need to make, check out this clip!
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