Many adults mistakenly believe that they do not need any estate planning documents.Every adult should have three important documents: a durable power of attorney; an advance medical directive; and a last will and testament. These documents need to be prepared while the adult is competent. Even healthy young adults should have these documents as incapacity […]Read More
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