When most people think of estate planning, they think of distribution of assets to intended beneficiaries. Others in Maryland and elsewhere may think of avoiding unnecessary taxes. However, not only are financial issues important to consider when planning for estate administration, sometimes simply making the proper arrangements for a funeral can be complicated if one makes a mistake in estate plans. This is what happened to one man who had issues trying to bury is father in the cemetery.
It is best not to procrastinate on important tasks that could be taken care of right away. Planning for estate administration is definitely one of these tasks upon which many people in Maryland make the mistake of procrastinating. This can create major problems for loved ones if something unfortunate and unexpected occurs. Without an estate plan, heirs may be forced to go through a lengthy probate process in order to settle one's estate.