End of life planning has to absolutely take into consideration family dynamics. We all know or at least think we know our immediate family members. When considering your plan, let your Elder Law attorney know who the needy one is, who the one with special needs is, who the litigious one is, or who the responsible one is. Also, you will want to provide the details of each familiar member and their situation as it could be relevant to help put your plan in place. While most Elder Law attorneys have extensive intake forms, these forms need to be fleshed out so that your unique Plan can be out in place.
Think through how and who you want to take care of you and your finances should something happen to you. Also, think through who will need special care. Will that individual need a trust or simply guidance? Who do you trust to make sure all your desires are carried out?
Start the conversation today with your Elder Law attorney.