Pre-Estate Planning and Administration Grief Counseling
The moment has finally come…the moment that everyone fears—the conversation with a loved one who tells you that her or she is dying. You are devastated. You immediately start going through the different stages of grief—denial, anger, bargaining, and depression. While going on this emotional ride, you have a brief moment of clarity in which you begin trying to process what this means for you and your family.
You are probably overwhelmed and unsure of what your next steps are. There is so much to process, and there is no manual for what to do when you learn that a loved one is dying. How does one prepare for the ultimate dreaded moment? If you have not prepared, this is a good time to speak to an estate planning attorney about your loved one’s estate and future needs. However, in addition to your legal needs, you have emotional needs.
Whether the moment is in a few days, a few weeks, or a few months, the process of preparing and waiting on the death of a loved one is not a journey that one should go through without proper professional help. While you may never feel truly prepared, there are steps that you can take to make sure that you are best positioned from legal and mental health standpoints.
Generally, the goals of Pre-Estate Planning and Administration Grief Counseling include:
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Our Family Law Counseling Services
Guiding you through what to do next, so you are emotionally and legally prepared to make the tough decisions that will affect your future.
Helping you navigate modifications of custody, financial support, and more – plus the emotional ramifications of the divorce process.
Guiding you through enforcing or modifying the custody order – it’s important to work with someone you trust legally and mentally.
Helping you through tough conversations, so you and your loved ones are are best positioned from legal and mental health standpoints.