Many people wonder if they even need Estate Planning on Long Island if they don’t have a spouse or kids. Let us give you a clear, unequivocal answer: yes, you do.
Regardless of your family situation and circumstances, you should make a comprehensive estate plan. You need to decide two factors—who will receive your estate when you pass, and who will take care of you in circumstances where you cannot do it yourself.
It may sound morbid, but you have to watch out and plan for your affairs one day or another. And it’s best to get it out of the way now, because you never know about tomorrow. If you are a single person in need of legal advice, we can help. Here is some valuable information for estate planning on Long Island.