BY DIANA CLEMENT
The best time to prepare for your death is when you’re young, fit and healthy. How and where will you be buried or sent off? What bills will you leave behind? Who will look after the children? How do you want your assets divvied up? And so on.
Left until you’re incapacitated or not done at all, these issues will create a nightmare for those left behind. There is a lot to think about, says Phil Morgan-Rees, personal client services general manager at Guardian Trust.
This week I’ve compiled a list of 15 things to consider or do in preparation for your death. Continue reading “Don’t Let Death Take You By Surprise”