Q: Should I share my estate planning documents with my children?

| May 5, 2021 | Estate Planning, Q&A |

A: There are many ways to handle this. If you are confident that your children will not have negative feelings regarding the contents of your estate plan, it can be helpful to share your current documents with them so that they know what to do after you have passed. Alternatively, if the distributions to your children are not equal or you anticipate disagreement about your executor choices, you may want to simply inform your children that you have created an estate plan and give them the name of the attorney who assisted you. We can discuss whether one of these options or an alternative will work best for your family when we help you create your estate plan.

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