Ensure that your property is well-managed and your belongings go to the right people. A Will is a document that provides the formation of trusts, instructions on how to care for children, ownership of goods, and further protections of your assets. Avoid the risk of passing away without a Will and get things in order today.
As much as we try to avoid the subject, the harsh reality of serious medical issues becomes much more common as we get older. If you become seriously ill and want your family to avoid any difficult medical decisions, create a Living Will. This allows your medical treatments to be resolved if you become unconscious or unable to make decisions.
It's also a good idea to have an accountable, trusting person to make financial decisions, on your behalf, if you suddenly become unable. The Power of Attorney grants your agent the control of your assets, contracts, investments, debts, and tax returns. Their control ceases upon their death.
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