Statistic #1: According to the Census Bureau, 69% of Americans are homeowners.
Statistic #2: According to lawyers.com, 42% of Americans have a basic will.
Basic Math: 27% of American homeowners are in need of a basic will.
Addressing mortality can be difficult for some people, but even more difficult is addressing a home that’s been put in probate after a homeowner’s death.
If you own a home — whether you have a spouse, children, both, or neither — it makes sense to speak with an estate planning attorney to understand your options.
Death is inevitable, so preparing for it is prudent.