What happens to contracts when one of the parties passes away before completion? Simply speaking, it depends on what the contract is for and what it says. Practically however, the implications are not straight forward.
If you hold an enduring power of attorney for someone who has dementia and/or has lost the capacity to make decisions about their financial affairs then you may be able to make such decisions on their behalf, however, you will not be abl
If you have made a valid will, then when you die your assets will be distributed in accordance with that will and the process of getting in and distributing those assets will be managed by the executors appointed under that will.