An inheritance or the prospect of receiving one can change the way Harrisburg family members feel about one another. It's not uncommon for children to be upset with parents' proposed wealth distribution plans or parents to alter estate planning decisions based on a single disagreement or disappointment with a family member.
The baby boomers living in the Harrisburg area are now retired or preparing for the day when they can stop working. Along with those plans are new or continued efforts for estate planning. The subjects of incapacitation or death can be uncomfortable, but many people recognize the necessity of making arrangements to pass worldly possessions onto the people they wish to have them.