Category: Funeral Planning
- Written by: Jason
- Category: Care Home Fee Planning, Document Storage, Funeral Planning, Inheritance Tax Planning, Lasting Power Of Attorney, Probate, Tenancy Status / Land Registry, Will Writing
- Published: 17th December 2013
Confused About Will Writing and Estate Planning Terminology?
In order to help you through the maze of Will Writing and Estate Planning technical Terms. Mind At Rest Wills have put together an A to Z glossary of the most common legal terms used in writing your Wills and Trusts, we hope you find it useful.
One of the things I leave my clients with when arranging their Will is a document that provides information on the role of an executor. This is because it is not only important to be prepared yourself, but to prepare those who you want to manage your affairs in the event of your death, your “Executors” and “Loved Ones”.
Just the same as thinking about making a Will, thinking about and planning your funeral can be a daunting task. Let’s face it nobody likes thinking about their own mortality.
However planning ahead brings peace of mind a basic principle I learnt a long time ago which can be applied to all aspects of one’s life. The Five P’s (proper, planning, prevents, poor, performance).