Legal Documents

Do You Have Your Legal Documents in Order?

It’s a good idea to review your legal documents every year to make sure each document is complete and up-to-date.

In previous articles, such as Planning For Life’s Unexpected Turns, we have covered a few cornerstones of estate planning. In this reading, we discuss three essential legal documents—the Health Care Proxy, Power of Attorney, and Will—and the risks we take without them.

If there is one thing to know about your Health Care Proxy, Power of Attorney, and Will, it is that they are the primary way to ensure that your wishes are made a priority in the event of an accident, incapacity, or death.

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