How can you prepare your children to handle the assets they’ll eventually inherit?
You may love your son-in-law or daughter-in-law now, but that could change down the road. So, if you don’t want your money going to your child’s future ex, here’s what you should do.
If the deceased has a will, it usually names a close relative, friend, accountant, attorney or financial institution to act as executor of the will.
Are there any grounds that my adult children, siblings or ex-wife can contest my living will or the power of attorney that I have signed into effect for my caregiver?