Your estate plan is vitally important. No one like to thinks about dying, however, your family will certainly thank you for taking the time to get your estate plan done.
When you work on your estate plan, think carefully about the points you include in it. Many people think only about physical assets, but forget about some other important points.
Your medical care and records
You need to designate a power of attorney for health care so that you have someone who can make decisions for you when you can't do this. You can also must include verbiage that enables you to allow someone to access your medical records. This can help them as they make decisions for your care. It also provides your family with a comprehensive medical history for you that can help them with their medical care. We can help you to draw up the papers that make your wishes known.
You should also designate a power of attorney for your finances. This gives someone power to pay your bills and handle the financial matters that come up at the end of your life or when you can't make them for yourself. We can help you find ways that you can protect your finances in the event you are incapacitated.
If you want to donate your organs or donate your body to science, you should make sure that your family members know this. You should also make sure that you include this information in your estate plan. We can share insight and information on the ways to do this.