Nearly everyone has an estate, whether they know it or not. Your estate is made up of real estate, vehicles, bank accounts, investments, life insurance, and your personal possessions.
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Common estate planning documents include Last Wills and Testaments (which distribute your assets and allow you to name guardians for minor children); Powers of Attorney (where you name individuals you trust to handle your legal, financial, and health care decisions for you if you are unable), Living Wills (advance directives for end-of-life decisions), and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) forms (where you name individuals with whom you are comfortable sharing your health information).
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Comprehensive Estate Planning answers questions such as:
» Who benefits from your assets?
» Who shouldn’t benefit from your assets?
» When and how do you want your beneficiaries to get their inheritance?
» What do I do if a beneficiary can’t handle money very well because of mental disability, young age, immaturity, or susceptibility to bad influences?
» Do you want to be buried, cremated, or give your body to science?
» If I cannot manage my finances or take care of my personal affairs, who will?
» If I cannot make health care decisions for myself, who will?
» What kind of treatment, if any, do I want at the end of my life?