Wills - Medical Power of Attorney
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Having a will can help your loved ones through a difficult time. Decide who will receive your assets (accounts, property, etc.) and choose someone you trust to carry out your last wishes. You can also choose who will take care of your minor children, and of course, your pets.
- Make Your Wishes Known
- Start The Will
- Make It Valid
- Store Your Will
- Keep It Current
While much of estate planning focuses on finances, a comprehensive estate plan should also help you prepare for any potential medical or healthcare decisions you may need to make in the future. That's why a medical power of attorney, also known as a durable power of attorney for healthcare, is essential.
A power of attorney is a legal document that appoints someone as your representative and gives that person the power to act on your behalf. Different types of powers of attorney address different situations.