An estate plan has the potential to leave a legacy or to leave a legendary fight. When done correctly, the assets of one person will transition seamlessly to loved ones, next of kin and younger generations. When done haphazardly, it can spawn fights and rekindle old disputes, putting sibling against sibling, children against parents, and conflict among all manner of relationships.
Individuals and families in Massachusetts and nationally that are thoughtfully focused upon estate planning often have numerous questions regarding trusts.
An article written by a financial planner specializing in divorce stresses these two key points regarding dissolutions involving special needs children:
Our above headline leading off today's post certainly doesn't apply to all -- or even most - Massachusetts estate planners. Indeed, the majority of individuals in the Bay State and nationally work for businesses they themselves do not own.
Would-be conservators and people just generally interested in the role played by such persons might assume that it features quite a bit of detail and complexity.