The New York Times did a wonderful article this week on complicated grief. At Phinney Estate Law we work with a lot of clients dealing with grief. I would agree with the expert quoted in this article that a factor that can make the difference between grief where people are still able to manage their lives and complicated grief is the circumstances of death including whether there was adequate planning by the deceased about end of life care to allow that process to be conflict free and directed. That is why we always include medical powers of attorney and advanced health care directives in our all of our planning and encourage clients to see this as part of the legacy they leave their family. If you would like more information on how to create this kind of planning, please contact us for a free 1/2 consultation at (206) 459-1908 or email@example.com.
This Blog is written by Seattle Attorneys Jamie Clausen & Michael Ballnik.