So you are ready to think about your estate planning, but you are unsure of what it entails. Here is a timeline of what to expect.Read More
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Everyone’s estate plan is different and unique. However, there are certain estate planning documents everyone should consider.Read More
An overview of why your children need to have their own estate planning documents.Read More
What does an Advance Medical Directive allow you to do?Read More
A Power of Attorney (“POA”) is a document by which you (the “Principal”) give some other person (your “Agent”) the authority to do various things on your behalf. A POA can be a helpful document to have. There are several types; some POAs become effective at a date subsequent to the date it is executed and others are effective only for a specified period of time and/or only for certain specific purposes.Read More