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Hello, I would leave it with your attorney with instructions to give it to your daughters in case of your deaths. The other option is to leave the instructions at your home. In either case you can let your daughters no where the information is being left. Thanks Tom
Definitely this says we should have an attorney in place......but we do not. One of our daughter's best friends (who lives in town) is an attornery but not family law......just out of the Friendship connection.....I have been in her law office, she has a very highly respected practice. If we would ask her to hold these what kind of compensation would be appropiate??
Personally I think your last suggestion is best.........not wanting to be pushy, but can you think of anything else?
Hello again, it may be hard to expect a person who has an interest not to be tempted to look at these papers so an attorney or if you have a relationship with a trusted banker would be your best choice. I think a fee of $50 to an attorney would be fair compensation for holding the papers. Thanks Tom
Thank You Tom for assisting me in this situation.