When it comes to estate planning, most of us are aware of the common things we need to discuss with our attorney. There are so many financial concerns, legal concerns, and even personal concerns regarding a person’s inheritance and other desires.
However, when it comes down to honoring our deepest religious or spiritual desires, many people overlook the necessity of incorporating such wishes into their estate. When religion plays an important role in someone’s life, it makes sense that it would also be important in the legacy they leave behind.
Many estate planning attorneys don’t necessarily focus a lot of their expertise on the religious aspects of planning, which makes sense. After all, there are so many religions that it would be impossible for one attorney to be well versed in them all. However, if there are religious preferences you would like to see incorporated into your estate plan, a skilled attorney can help you legally document the wishes of your faith.