Just last week Perry died of a sudden and massive stroke. The ailment afflicted the actor and rendered him unresponsive for several days before he ultimately succumbed to his condition. His death was both unexpected and tragic, surprising his loved ones as well as fans across the world who took pleasure in his acting talents.

Death is an ever-present threat, even when individuals actively seek to care for their bodies. When incapacity like that suffered by Perry in the days before his death happens, individuals should have powers of attorney in place to protect their healthcare and financial powers. When death occurs unexpectedly, their loved ones and their estates should be protected through careful will and trust planning. It is never too early to prepare an estate plan. Though the future may hold promise for many, tragedy may affect some and rob them of their opportunities to make decisions about their end-of-life estates.

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