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For more than 20 years, Bingham Legal Group has helped individuals and families throughout Metro Detroit devise legal solutions and plan for the future.
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Setting up an estate plan after a cancer diagnosis

| Mar 9, 2019 | Estate Planning, Firm News

In this blog post, we will take a closer look at two issues that can be incredibly difficult for people to deal with: being diagnosed with cancer and setting up an estate plan. If you were recently diagnosed with cancer, you may feel as if you have no control over your life or your future, and you could be worried about what will happen to your loved ones in the years ahead. Fortunately, there are steps that you may be able to take to alleviate some of these concerns, such as creating an estate plan.

First, understanding the different estate plan options you have and taking steps to secure your asset may help you feel confident in how your loved ones will be able to carry on in the event that your cancer proves fatal. It is important to be prepared for anything, and knowing that you are prepared could improve your outlook on life and may even be helpful with respect to dealing with your cancer. Even if you live for many more years, it is still beneficial to have an estate plan in place.

Being diagnosed with cancer can be terrifying, and it can strip people of their hope and happiness. Some people get stressed out when they think about estate planning, but the process can be simplified by taking the right approach. Whether you come to the conclusion that a will is best or decide to set up a trust, it is smart to review every option.