Making plans for your affairs is more than just planning what happens when you pass from this life to the next. Adults with any financial responsibility should establish an estate executor and consider circumstances where they might need a power of attorney earlier rather than later.
There comes a point in everyone’s life where they need to plan for what happens after they’re gone. A key element of this plan is appointing someone who will handle the challenges that come with your estate. That person is known as an executor and Lighthouse’s Senior Advisor, Tommy Doerfler is here to answer your questions about naming/choosing an executor for your estate.