A person appointed and granted the authority to make medical decisions for you in the event you are unable to express your preferences about medical treatment. Most commonly, this situation…

A living will is your written expression of how you want to be treated in certain medical circumstances. Depending on state law, this document may permit you to express whether…

You may wish to choose a family member to act on your behalf. Many people name their spouses or one or more children. In naming more than one person to…

One answer is convenience. If you are buying or selling assets and do not wish to appear in person to close the transaction, you may take advantage of a power…

The Trustee is the person who will manage the Trust and make the decisions about how to invest or spend the money in it, so it’s important to choose someone…

Your child may qualify for government benefits for people with special needs, including Medicaid and SSI. These programs may not always provide the level of benefit or quality of care…

A Special Needs Trust can be set up by a parent, grandparent or legal guardian. Sibling and other relatives or friends can also create an SNT under certain circumstances.  A…

A Special Needs Trust (also called a Supplemental Needs Trust) is a way to provide financial security for your child with special needs and help ensure a better quality of…

A will provides for the distribution of certain property owned by you at the time of your death, and generally you may dispose of such property in any manner you…

If you die intestate (without a will), your state’s laws of descent and distribution will determine who receives your property by default. These laws vary from state to state, but…

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