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How does life insurance factor into your estate planning?

| Apr 17, 2019 | Estate Planning |

Life insurance can play an important role in planning for the future. This is why many people in Lake Charles choose to include life insurance in their estate planning process, but which type is best? Not everyone understands that there are different types of life insurance, each with their own pros and cons that should be carefully considered before moving forward.

Term life insurance is perhaps one of the most affordable types and can be appropriate in certain situations. For example, a parent with minor children may choose a term life insurance policy with coverage for anywhere from five to 20 years. This insurance policy would cover certain expenses for the child should the parent pass away, and the limit on its term would mean that parents are only paying for coverage while their children are still minors.

Not everyone likes the idea of a temporary life insurance policy. Permanent policies are a good choice for those who want a policy that will endure for their lifetime, has potential tax benefits and acts almost like an investment. Premiums can be somewhat pricey, but any excess that is paid to the policy is then invested.

There are many, many other types of life insurance, including survivorship, variable, whole life insurance and more. Figuring out how these different types of life insurance can fit into estate planning is an enormous undertaking, but it is not one that must be taken alone. When Lake Charles residents are struggling with the details of their estate plan, they can choose to speak with an experienced attorney for further clarification on difficult matters.

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