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An estate plan can bring a family together. News stories are rife with examples of beneficiaries
arguing over a deceased loved one’s money and property or instances of a person’s care and
end-of-life wishes being ignored. But an estate plan can avoid those types of emotionally
draining situations. You should communicate your wishes for end-of-life care to your loved
ones. While creating an advance directive document like a healthcare power of attorney is
important, it is equally essential to have open and honest conversations with your loved ones
about your wishes. These conversations can be difficult, but they can provide clarity and peace
of mind for everyone involved. And these discussions can provide a wonderful opportunity for
you to show those same people how much you care for them and appreciate them while
strengthening the bonds of family love. Many people also take the opportunity to write
something personal to their family members – passing along hopes, dreams, stories, and
wisdom. By crafting an estate plan that is considerate of one’s loved ones, respectful of privacy,
and honest about wishes for care and end-of-life decisions, you can ensure that your wishes are carried out in the most respectful and dignified manner possible. If you are interested in
learning more about our estate planning process, or to update your existing plan, please reach out to us to schedule a meeting.