If you have been diagnosed with mesothelioma, estate planning is something you should be thinking seriously about for your family and loved ones. Estate planning allows you to take responsibility for your possessions and belongings today.
Estate planning consists of anticipating and arranging for the disposal of assets and belongings you have accumulated through years of hard work. Many individuals have experienced a deceased loved one leaving them something in their Will, but many do not consider writing out their own. Assistance with these and other documents, such as revocable living trusts, beneficiary designations, and more can be provided by knowledgeable estate planners.
Estate planning can be difficult, tedious, and upsetting for the estate owner, as well as their heir(s). Changing tax and inheritance laws are often confusing, as well. It is a good idea to hire an experienced estate planning attorney who can guide you through the difficult process, no matter which route you'd like to take.