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A Living Will is a legal document which provides instructions to your family in regards to your health in case you become terminally ill or incapacited from injury or sickness.
Provides instructions to your health care providers and your family regarding your medical treatment.
Determine your end of life care.
Ensure your health wishes are fulfilled when you are unable to make decisions on your own.
Last Will and Testament
A legal document that coordinates how your “stuff” or assets will be distributed to your family and loved ones after your death.
Without a will, your assets are distributed according to a legal formula. This could leave your belongings in the state’s control.
Provide instruction for your funeral.
Decide who will take care of your children.
Save time, money and stress for your family and loved ones.
Power of Attorney
A Power of Attorney (POA) is a legal document giving one person, the “attorney-in-fact” the power to act on behalf of another person.
There are two common types of Power of Attorneys: General and Durable .
This person can make legal decisions regarding their medical care, finances and assets.
Commonly used in the event of illness or disability.
General POAs expire once the creator of the document becomes incapacitated.
Durable POAs enables the “attorney-in-fact” to act on behalf of incapacitated member.
A Legal document that states that you and your spouse have decided part ways voluntarily without the court.
Common when partners decide to live apart to work out their marriage instead of filing for divorce.
Contains decisions such as child support and spousal support.
Works out details of custody and visitation.