Estate Planning Bucket List: Managing Important Documents in Case of Death
The last thing surviving relatives want to think about when a loved one passes away is managing the affairs of the deceased’s estate. Amid the grief and sorrow, a comprehensive estate plan can help to eliminate these uncertainties and confusion over the probate administration and assist surviving relatives in handling their painful loss.
It is also imperative that family members are aware of where to find an estate plan and other important documents. The Wall Street Journal’s “25 Documents You Need Before You Die” highlights the ramifications of unorganized estate planning documents and notes the most important documents to keep handy. It provides a thorough guide on the steps to take to ensure your estate plan is carried out.
If you are interested in learning more about individual estate planning documents or creating a comprehensive plan to ensure that your family members are well-prepared to handle your estate, please contact the experienced estate planning attorneys at Lonich Patton Erlich Policastri for further information. Please remember that each individual situation is unique and results discussed in this post are not a guarantee of future results. While this post may include legal issues, it is not legal advice. Use of this site does not create an attorney-client relationship.