When it comes to caring for loved ones and making tough decisions, there is no "perfect" way to make decisions. A family meeting is often a good way to discuss all of the concerns of the family and make a plan to support one another through this difficult time. It will also help clarify what the loved one needs and which family member is going to help with the various roles.
According to a new survey, only forty-two percent of U.S. adults currently have a will or trust. While preparing an estate plan does require time and energy, the knowledge that you are protecting your loved ones and the assets you have worked for is all the motivation you need.