Several years ago, I wrote a blog article about the three estate planning documents every person should have. Fast forward to today, and my recommendation has not changed. Every person over the age of eighteen should have a Will, a Health Care Power of Attorney and Living Will, and a Financial Power of Attorney.
It is important to have all three documents because they each do different things and are effective at different times. But how often do you really need to update them? And can’t the internet write most of these for you anyway? Let’s take a closer look.
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