A large portion of the population in the United States is single. Even when a single/unmarried individual may not have family to consider, estate planning is still important. In addition to tax planning and wills, a critical item for single individuals to plan for is what happens if they become ill or incapacitated. Estate planning can help put practical steps in place to have a safety net should they become ill or incapacitated. In this podcast Martin Shenkmann and Jonathan Blattmachr discuss Estate Planning and Considerations For Single or Unmarried Clients.
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