Essential Estate Planning Documents - Guided help
A step-by-step guide on the important documents you and your family need.
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A living will is a directive to physicians and other healthcare providers specifying your wishes with regard to specific treatments or procedures to be used in the event of your incapacity. A living will becomes effective only when you are unable to express your wishes.
A Durable (Health Care) Power of Attorney appoints someone to communicate your decisions if you can't.
Power of Attorney is a legal instrument that is used to delegate legal authority to another person (called an Agent or Attorney-in-Fact). The person who signs (or executes) a Power of Attorney is called the Principal. Power of Attorney gives the Agent authority to make property, financial and other legal decisions for the Principal. A Principal can give an Agent broad legal authority, or very limited authority. The Power of Attorney is frequently used in the event of a Principal's illness or disability, or in legal transactions where the Principal cannot be present to sign necessary legal documents. It can be either for all purposes (known as "General") or for a specific purpose (known as "Special" or "Limited").
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