Living Wills

Get the medical treatment you want—or designate the right person to make any necessary decisions for you—if you're ever incapacitated. Learn more about these important estate planning documents, and decide if one is right for you.

Annual Checkup: Is Your Estate Plan Up-to-Date?

An outdated estate plan can cause trouble for you and your family, so it's wise to regularly review and update your estate plan.

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Living Will vs. Last Will & Testament

Not sure about the differences between living will vs. last will? Here's a quick summary.

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Types of Health Care Directives

Planning ahead with an Advance Healthcare Directive can make difficult health care decisions less stressful.

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Healthcare Power of Attorney

The health care power of attorney is a document in which you designate someone to be your representative, or agent, in the event you are unable to…

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The Facts About Advance Directives

Advance directives are documents that detail your wishes for your care if you're incapacitated or terminally ill and need someone to make medical…

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Estate Planning: An Overview

A basic estate plan protects you and your family, and it's not as complicated as you might think.

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Estate Plans and Intellectual Property: What to Consider

Intellectual property is a valuable asset that often gets forgotten in the estate planning process.

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Estate Planning Checklist

Need help getting started with your estate plan? This checklist will help you understand and keep track of the important documents and elements you'…

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Estate Planning: 11 Things to Do Before You Die

With a bit of preparation you can put your mind at ease now and save your loved ones a lot of trouble later.

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What Are the 4 Types of Wills and What Should They Include?

Which of the four main types of wills—simple, testamentary trust, joint, and living—you need depends on your circumstances.

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