Demystify Your Estate Plan: A Straightforward ApproachDecember 4, 2018
- An effective estate plan will detail your wishes around health care and finances should you become incapacitated or pass away.
- Essentially, there are four main documents that will provide direction both while you’re alive and after your death.
- When drafting your estate plan, it’s important to share your plans with those who would be most affected by your decisions.
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