Estate planning is one place in life where you have the power to alter the outcome. Taking the time to decide who, when and how your money will be handled and who will manage your health care when you are unable to make those decisions for yourself are important choices that you have the power to make.
A well-rounded estate plan includes six documents: a Revocable Living Trust, General Durable Power of Attorney, Health Care Power of Attorney, Living Will, Will and Medical Authorization. A Will is only effective at death; the other five documents have an impact during your lifetime.
Attendance of a Free Estate Planning seminar will help you to realize how vital these estate planning provisions are to the preservation of your estate.
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