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Why You Need A Living Will And Medical Power Of Attorney?

If you have ever gone through a hospital admissions process, you’ve likely been asked if you have a living will (also known as a directive to physicians) and a medical power of attorney.

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Worried About A Loved One's Ability To Take Care Of Their Own Affairs?

Hopefully, you recognize the issue before it’s too late to pre-plan. The time to seriously review all of a loved one's financial and estate planning affairs is in the early stages of Dementia or Alzheimer's. Progression of the degree of incapacity varies from person to person. Obviously, a visit to a physician for a diagnosis and treatment plan should be your first priority. Then a visit to an attorney should be next.

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What Is A Power Of Attorney And When Do I Need One?

What Is A Power Of Attorney?

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What Is Estate Planning And Why Do I Need It?

This may sound surprising but almost everyone needs estate planning done in their lifetime.

Whether you are a young couple with children, an older individual nearing retirement or a same-sex couple, having an estate plan in place can protect your assets and legacy.

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