The estate planning realm in California and nationally is sadly replete with stories spotlighting unfortunate outcomes linked with planners’ lack of preparation.
Without a doubt, one of the worst things that a parent can do for their children is to pass away without an estate plan. It makes the situation complex and stressful for their heirs. This is already a difficult time since they just lost a parent, and it's made much worse by the fact that they can't focus on mourning or coming together as a family. Instead, they have to worry about things like paying taxes and splitting up assets.
The writer of a recent Kiplinger article on estate planning asks readers to consider “how much of your life is connected to your computer, mobile phone and other devices.”
The matter might have seemed like an open-and-quickly-shut case to the widow of Johnny Hallyday.
When we refer on our website to “one of the most important decisions you’ll make when you’re planning your estate,” what do you think we are spotlighting?