When it comes to the depressing topic of estate documents, the essentials of how to have an orderly transition of property to your heirs, little thought is given to the "softer" and practical side of estate planning. Do you want burial or cremation? Where do you want to be buried? Do you want a viewing, service and/or do you want to plan one heck of a party (that you won't be attending)?
It is a common belief that we have plenty of time to do estate planning. None of us like to think that our time is short. The lack of a will or a trust will all but certainly result in legal and financial entanglements afterward—and that is something that no one should leave behind for their loved ones.Read More