There is nothing you wouldn't do for your loved ones. That's why when looking into how to make their transition from child to adult easier, you don't hesitate to look at all the options. If you have a child or loved one who is disabled in some way, you may be wondering what their path may look like as they move into adulthood. If they are semi-self-sufficient, you may be looking at a way to allow them to be more independent.
Elders can require care and attention at a certain point in their life. This can happen gradually over time, or suddenly in one single event, such as after an injury or illness. Often, family members suddenly realize that their relative is no longer able to account for their finances and independence like they once could. This can be an extremely emotional experience for everyone involved, and it can have serious financial consequences.
Being a person who is affected by, or has an impact on, a trust, will or other estate plan can be a blessing or a burden. Oftentimes, there are multiple parties involved in the estate plan, will or trust administration. Not always do these people see eye-to-eye. It's possible that someone involved in the will, trust or estate plan does not do as intended.