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 Do you own a Will? Every adult married, or, single, regardless of age or financial status, should own a well-prepared Will. A Will is a legal document that basically initiates four things: (1). It gives your instructions and your wishes as to how your assets and properties are to be distributed after you die. It is a statement that must be written, sign, and witnessed in compliance with your state's law. (2). It names your beneficiaries, the people that you want to benefit from your assets, as well as the details of your possessions. (3). It allows you to choose an executor. A Will allows you to choose a person to manage the distribution of your assets. If you don't have a Will, a person, called an administrator, will distribute your assets. (4). You may choose a Guardian to finish raising your children. Even if you are a young adult with few assets, you should have a Will if you have children. A Will can be used to appoint a Guardian to care for your children if you die while they are still minors. (Note) If you die without having made a Will, you have died intestate. In that case, the court will distribute your property and determine the beneficiaries. The court may not rule according to your wishes, so dying (intestate) is not good for your beneficiaries. Further, without the guidance of a Will, the court will name the Guardian for your minor children, perhaps your brother when you would have much preferred your best friend. Please contact us by phone or by e-mail, if you have questions or comments. If you don't own a Will, it is in your and your families best interest to have one prepared as soon as possible.

  A MEDICAL POWER OF ATTORNEY! Health Care (Medical) Power of Attorney with Mental Health Authority A Health Care Directive (Living Will) is a legal document primarily used for all matters relating to one's health (including mental health) and including, without limitation. Full power to give or refuse consent to all medical, surgical, hospital and related health care. This power of attorney is effective on one's ability to make or communicate health care decisions. All of one's agent's actions under this power during any period when one is unable to make or communicate health care decisions or when there is uncertainty whether one is dead or alive have the same effect on my heirs, devises and personal representatives as if I were alive, competent, and acting for myself. [Note] This release authority applies to any information governed by the and Accountability Act of 1996 (aka HIP AA), 42 UPC 1420D and 45 CF 160-164. 














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