Dealing with the death of a loved one can be a difficult thing for a lot of people the world over. That's because our grief oftentimes dominates our every thought, making it difficult for even the most rational of persons to think clearly. While this can sometimes lead to disputes, especially when it comes to a loved one's estate, many times cooler heads prevail and a resolution is found without the use of lawyers or litigation.
Most people are loath to think about whether or not they have prepared enough for the unthinkable happening to them. Planning for sudden death or incapacitation was difficult enough. Thinking about whether or not you did enough to help your family members face the challenges ahead is simply a burden most people do not want to face.