Who needs it?
Everyone should have an estate plan, especially families with children, second marriages, and anyone with a health condition.
What is it?
An "estate plan" is a set of four documents that describe your wishes for yourself and your assets during your life and after you pass away. The four documents are a Will, a Durable Power of Attorney, a Living Will, and a Healthcare Power of Attorney.
Where can I get it?
It is important to find an attorney who can listen to your needs when drafting an estate plan. You can click the button below for a free consultation with Attorney Simmons to start on your personal estate plan.
When do I need it?
One of the tricky parts of estate planning is making sure that you have it completed before the unexpected happens.
Why do I need it now?
There's a catch with most of these documents: you have to be mentally or physically able to sign them. But they're only useful when you're not mentally or physically ready to do anything. I recommend getting your estate plan sorted out as soon as possible.
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