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3 things to take away from Anthony Bourdain's estate plan

The tragic death of Anthony Bourdain struck a chord for millions of people, whether they admired him as a chef, a traveler, an author or a television personality. Much of his success derived from his curiosity, so it is perhaps not a surprise that fans are similarly curious about Bourdain's life.

Even high-profile professionals need careful estate planning

It is easier than ever to find out details on a person's life; this is especially true for people who are in the public eye. Actors, musicians and other high-profile personalities often give up a great deal of privacy when they are well-known or famous.

Addressing digital assets, access in an estate plan

Engaging in the online world is virtually unavoidable these days. Most people don't go a day (or an afternoon) without checking email, visiting Facebook or conducting business online. This digital element of our lives is expanding considerably, and it is crucial that people do not overlook this as they update their estate plans.

Don't assume you are too young for an estate plan

People who are in their 20s or 30s are typically thinking more about beginnings than they are about endings. For instance, millennials are often focused on starting their career, starting a family, starting a business or starting to save for a home. They think far less about end-of-life planning.

3 ways to address valuable collections in your estate plan

People who collect art, action figures, stamps, coins or other valuable items know that such pursuits take a lot of time, energy and money. As such, it is important to protect the investment and care that goes into these collections by addressing them specifically in an estate plan.

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