Designated Beneficiaries Are a Must, Even if You Have a Will
Having a will is not enough if you want to fully protect your family.
You’ve done it! You finally purchased that life insurance policy you swore you were going to get years ago. The application’s been filled out, and you have sent out the check. That wasn’t so bad, was it? While obvious to some, others do not name beneficiaries. Naming beneficiaries saves your family head-aches, time, money, and not having to deal with slow speaking lawyers.
After you pass away what happens to your possessions? Well, if you have a will, your family and friends must go through the probate process which is tedious, expensive, and an all out bummer. If you passed away without ever drafting a will, your assets and real estate now belong to the legal system and will be up to them to sort out; an even longer and more expensive process that your loved ones must go through because you were not prepared.
If like most people, you love your family, then there is a simple solution to make your passing as easy as possible. Name beneficiaries in your will! It’s a simple concept: name who gets what, and how much each one of them gets. Their check arrives within a few weeks, and there’s no horrible probate process.
For help finding the right life insurance policy, and an expert to guide you through the process of naming beneficiaries, contact Remland Insurance in the City of Orange. We will work with you to find the right policy that will meet the needs of your family, all at the right price.