Uncomfortable Estate Planning Questions That Must be Answered

For many people, estate planning is an uneasy experience because it requires confronting a number of difficult and uncomfortable questions. By engaging in estate planning, we ultimately must accept that we will one day no longer be here. Some people might also have to accept that one day, an appointed party will make decisions to care for them.    Even though many people understand that estate planning is essential, they hesitate to fully address estate planning issues. The best way to make sure that every element of your estate plan is fully accounted for is to consult with an experienced estate planning attorney. The following are some of the important issues that you should consider when planning your end of life care and distribution of assets.   Who Will Take Care of Your Minor Children if You Die?   Some people hesitate to resolve estate planning issues because they cannot decide whom to name as a guardian of minor children. This creates the risk that if no guardian is appointed, a court will likely be tasked with determining who will care for your children.    Unless you believe that a judge will be able to make a better decision than [...]