For many, choosing a successor to handle one’s estate is a sensitive topic in elder law. The common choice many make is to select one of their children or beneficiaries. But there are things to consider if you opt for this route.
With family members, there is always the risk of personal issues. Such as conflicts or misunderstandings that can cloud objectivity or upset other beneficiaries. This isn’t always the case and for most families, choosing a relative or beneficiary as the successor works. In the case that you desire someone more neutral, however, you have some options at your disposal.
Professional fiduciaries can be trained and licensed to do the work. You can inquire with a trusted estate planning on this option.