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Think about the days leading up to your death and the days after

Thinking about your death isn't something that most adults would classify as a fun activity. For people who are ready to get their estate plan together, thinking about their death is only part of the process.

There are several different things that you need to consider when you want to create an estate plan. In fact, your plans have to include things that might occur before you even pass away. We know that you might be a bit confused by this, but we can help you to work through the applicable issues.

One thing that you have to consider is who is going to make medical and financial decisions for you when you can't make them yourself. The person or people that you choose for these two areas need to be granted powers of attorney over the respective area.

On top of making powers of attorney designations, you also need to think about what types of medical care you are willing to accept at the end of your life. Considering whether you want to be placed on life support or not, or if you are going to accept palliative care measures, are necessary considerations here.

We can help you with every aspect of your estate plan, including the powers of attorney, living will, and asset distribution methods. We don't want to leave anything up in the air that might cause your loved ones grief in the future. As such, we will help you to create an estate plan that makes it as easy as possible to know your wishes in all these matters.

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