Each of us will die. Even though we know this, most find that planning for death is not easy. Preparing for the inevitable, whether close at hand or in the indeterminate future, can help your family through the difficult process of death and its aftermath. Much has been written about providing financial security for your loved ones following death. Often neglected in the preparation, however, are practical considerations to assist your family and fiduciaries in the time immediately before and immediately following death.
The following article from PNC Insights highlights some practical things you should consider when preparing for your death or the death of a loved one.