Family dynamics can be interesting. Even families in Ohio who tend to get along can encounter problems from time to time. However, there are situations that can drastically affect a parent's feelings about their adult children and their spouses.
In March, we discussed estate planning for digital assets. Ohio readers may recall us writing that 600,000 people will die this year with active Facebook accounts. However, few people have taken the time to determine what will happen to their online accounts.
Estate planning is a very personal thing for an individual to do. After all, it puts in writing what should happen to an individual's most prized possessions after that person has died. Estate planning can be overwhelming to some. However, avoiding it may only create tension between family members, especially if plans aren't in place when an individual passes away.
People in Ohio and others living elsewhere log onto their Facebook accounts on a daily basis. Use of social networks has grown tremendously in recent years. However, what happens to our online accounts when we die?
It can be strange for people in Ohio and beyond to make plans for their death. However, having plans in place can be extremely beneficial. After all, we don't know when the end will come.
Making advanced plans is important for people in Ohio and beyond. When estate plans are made, people are often given peace of mind knowing that their loved ones will be provided for even after they are gone.