While you are communicating the big picture, it’s important to lay out the particulars. Don’t forget your personal assets, your executor, power of attorney, and the reasoning behind your choices. With that done, you can concentrate on the article’s five steps:

1. Reflect

2. Meet as a family

3. Update your will and powers of attorney

4. Get insured

5. Appoint an executor

No one wants to leave their estate to family and have it create disputes. Take some Canadian advice and explain why your daughter gets the snow boots, then speak with an estate planning attorney today.

Philip J. Kavesh
Nationally recognized attorney helping clients with customized estate planning guidance for over 40 years.
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