Estate Planning Law
How can an estate plan make things easier on my family after I die?
A properly designed estate plan can make things easier on your family after you die by helping to organize your affairs and thereby avoid the morbid scavenger hunt that occurs once you pass away. It can also make the transition of control of your affairs from yourself to the person you designate as your successor much smoother. Also, if your wishes are clearly stated, it can avoid family disorder, family strife, and arguments between the members of the family.