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The death of a loved one causes all sorts of feelings. Usually you would like things to go smoothly and family to get along, but emotions run high at a time like this and often that leads to fighting and problems. This is especially true when it comes time to divvy up a deceased family member’s estate.
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Here are just three of the common problems you might experience with a family’s inheritance.
1. Personal Belongings
Dividing up the jewelry and furniture of a family member’s estate often leads to someone being upset. If there is no clear-cut list that says so and so gets this, and this goes to that person in the will, then this is often a sore spot and point of contention for most families when a loved one dies.
Having a personal property memorandum in the will that is clear and thorough will help prevent some hurt feelings and fighting amongst family members.
2. Who’s the Responsible Party?
Whether you’re leaving behind a business, a property or a family member who needs help, these are all areas that cause problems after someone’s passing. So having open and frank discussions with family to see who is willing to be the responsible party after your passing is important to do in advance.
If you have a disabled child who needs care, for example, then it’s important to arrange for that care. Whether that means a family member will take over that care, or will become financially responsible, needs to be clear. If you have a family business, you need to decide if there is anyone in the family willing to take it over, or if it should be sold as part of your estate.
Yes, even in death divorce is a source of contention. Biological children, stepchildren, exes, current spouse... they all want to lay claim. A prenuptial agreement can help sort out these types of conflicts.
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