Ebola a/k/a Holy crap, we're all going to die
Sunday night, Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York relaxed the mandatory quarantine for medical workers who had contact with Ebola patients in West Africa but were asymptomatic. Instead of being required to stay in an isolation tent, workers can now be quarantined in their own homes.
More than 10,000 people in Western Africa have contracted Ebola since March. Almost 5,000 have died. 9 cases have been reported in the United States to date. 1 of the 9 has died.
So why the hysteria in the United States? It probably has a lot to do with lack of correct information on how it is spread and how it is contained.
The same goes for estate planning. Here's what you need to know: You are going to die.
It likely won't be from Ebola. But, while you are planning, plan for your family. Does your Ebola/Zombie Apocalypse/Nuke plan include a comprehensive estate plan? It should. Take care of your loved ones by setting your plan in place to protect them and their future.