There aren’t very many topics as unpleasant as discussing one’s own demise. However, that doesn’t make it any less necessary. It is the responsibility of anyone who has even modest assets and portfolios that will need distributing to see to it that a qualified expert handles it once they are gone. It is also the caring thing to do for your family and friends who will be grieving.
What Happens if You Are Incapacitated?
It isn’t always death that brings about the need for estate management. Even if it isn’t your final will and testament but rather just power of attorney following an accident or major health event, planning foe these legal situations before they can even arise will give you and your family peace of mind.
What Happens if You Pass Away?
Although not all estate matters come about as the result of death, most of them do. Regardless of how healthy our lifestyles are or how often we see the doctor, everyone will pass away. It is during these times that our family and loved ones suffer the most. Therefore, it only makes sense that you would want to take care of all of the loose ends that you could before that day comes.
Leaving Your Personal and Business Interests Cared For
One of the most unfortunate but not all that uncommon results following someone’s death is family conflict. This sad truth happens time and time again, especially when there are still financial details to complete. Sometimes during periods of trauma and stress, people who love each other can lash out as a coping mechanism.
However, this can lead to much more damaging and long-term issues. With one simple estate plan you can make sure that your family never has to take on the added burden of tending to your wishes in addition to having to mourn your loss.
The experienced and caring attorneys at Bell & Shah know exactly how to handle the issues that come after someone’s passing. Your family and business associates certainly deserve no less. Give us a call today to discuss the details.