This is one area where you have a limited time to put off the task.
If you procrastinate and it carries over into estate planning, you should recognize that time will indeed run out on that issue, according to the Twin Cities Pioneer Press in "3 moves you should make in the first 3 years of retirement."
If you have managed to put off estate planning until after you have retired from work, then now is the time to stop putting it off.
With any luck, you will still live many more years. On the other hand, estate planning is about more than just deciding what happens to your possessions and assets after you pass away.
It is also about securing your own final years and making sure you have powers of attorney and advanced health care directives in place, should you ever need them.
In the end, estate planning gives you peace of mind in knowing that your family will be okay after you pass away and that you will also be okay should you ever need help. Call (443) 470-3599 today and schedule a consultation with Maryland Attorney Britt L. Stouffer to learn more about Estate or Elder Law and how she can help you.
Reference: Twin Cities Pioneer Press (June 17, 2017) "3 moves you should make in the first 3 years of retirement."