Planning for your end-of-life ensures you have a greater quality of life and that your wishes are respected. Also, it ensures your loved ones have fewer disputes about your plans, whether it’s distributing your assets or making funeral arrangements when you pass on.
However, when doing your end-of-life planning, here are some mistakes you should avoid.
- Not discussing your plans or wishes with your family members
- Waiting too long to arrange your end-of-life plan
- Failing to update your end-of-life preferences over time
- Failing to discuss with your doctor about your end of life preferences
Contact Meurer Law Offices P.C. to hire an estate planning attorney to assist you with end-of-life planning.