Wills, Personal Directives, Enduring Powers of Attorney

Everyone should have a Will, even if you do not think you have assets that justify having one. Not only is important that you make your ultimate wishes known, but you may not think about creating or updating a Will before it is needed.

Personal Directives and Enduring Powers of Attorney are documents that are drafted before they are needed, which occurs in a situation where one has lost the capacity to make their own decisions regarding their health or assets. It is important to select individuals whom you trust to make these decisions and to ensure they have legally-binding instructions so that the decisions made are consistent with your wishes.


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