Procrastination Never Helped Anyone

Everyone is guilty of procrastination from time to time. Objects of procrastination range from doing the laundry to plowing the driveway after a Salt Lake City snowstorm. We here at York Howell are no strangers to the aversion felt when it’s time organizing a sock drawer.

Different consequences result from avoiding different responsibilities—some more serious than others. Putting off estate planning often results in the more serious of those consequences.

People often put off meeting with a legal advisor because they feel they “aren’t old enough.” Estate planning isn’t reserved for those ages 55 and up. If one has assets they plan to leave to loved ones, it is time to start the process—even if it’s just a one bedroom home in Salt Lake City.

Some avoid asset protection because of the confusing legal jargon and complex laws that need to be considered. We’re here to help make sense of the confusion and present it in a manner that’s far more digestible for the layperson. We do the brunt of the legwork, saving you the time and headache.

There are a myriad of reasons we justify putting off estate planning. But each one of these excuses needs to be overcome. In the end, you’ll be glad you did.

Posted on October 17, 2014 in Uncategorized

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