You might think you're fine without one or that the inevitable won't happen to you—at least, for now. But everyone needs a plan, whether you're married or single, with many assets or very few. Otherwise, what happens to your children, your hard-earned assets and even your pets could be left to state laws. Find out what you can do to prepare for whatever lies ahead.
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Take care of the most important things in life with a last will
Make sure your children are protected and what's important to you is handled the way you want.
Pass on a lifetime's worth of assets with a living trust
Pass on the maximum amount of your earnings with minimum hassle—in private.
Take the guesswork out of your health care with a living will
At your bedside, spare your loved ones from having to guess at what you'd want them to do.
Keep your finances in your control with a power of attorney
Without one, you leave the courts to appoint someone to make decisions for you.