Whether you have $10 million or $1,000, it is important that you have a Will, Durable Power of Attorney and Health Care Proxy. Without these documents, a Court may appoint someone down the road to oversee your finances, health care decisions and the disposition of your assets after you pass away.
When preparing estate planning documents, you will need to decide who will manage your assets and, if you have minor children, the individual(s) who will take care of them. This short guide will walk you through the most important factors you should consider when making these important choices.
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