You may be somebody who is fully aware of the importance of estate planning and is eager to get a plan put in place. Whether you are about to begin, or you have already worked your whole life to achieve financial and personal success, you want to take care of your property and heirs when you are gone. One thing you do not want to have happen is making a mistake that can easily compromise the inheritance for your beneficiaries.
The good news is that mistakes in estate planning can be avoided if you take the proper precautions. Here are some things you should avoid in your estate planning that can either cost you money to fix or will affect the amount in inheritance to your children.