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.
After a lifetime of hard work to save up to take care of your family, all you will want is to be able to pass your estate on to your family and loved ones. However, what seems like a simple action can actually be a complicated process that may go awry if not handled properly. Legal fees, taxes and other unnecessary expenses may set you back unless you take these steps.