Death is cruel, but the pain loved by loved ones gets worse when few details are left on how to handle an individual’s inheritance – so keep your finances in order.
Death is undeniably cruel, but the pain experienced by surviving parents is compounded when few details remain on how to deal with an individual’s legacy.
One person who knows this all too well is Ian Dibb. Eighteen years ago, her 28-year-old sister committed suicide. Two years later, her 57-year-old mother died of lung cancer, never smoking.
Dealing with all the subsequent administration was a nightmare. Neither his mother nor his sister had left any funeral plans, final vows or organized their succession. Although his mother wrote a will, it proved difficult to locate.
Planning: try to leave last wishes such as the preferred type of funeral and music for the service – like…
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