Learn about whether or not you can have multiple executors as well as when it’s a good idea to have them.
A living will is a document that shows your loved ones and medical professionals what kind of care you want for end-of-life treatment.
A financial POA will ensure someone is looking over your finances when you’re unable to.
A revocable trust is a legal document where you own all your assets and pay taxes on them until you pass away.
A will is a legal document that allows you to designate where your assets will go when you pass away.
You can challenge a beneficiary designation if some factors apply. For example, perhaps the deceased person was incompetent or under undue influence when they signed their legal documents.
A healthcare POA allows you to designate someone to oversee your medical care should you become incapacitated.
While many know the general gist of what powers a Power of Attorney (POA) designation grants, there are several less common ones. For example, POA grants you power to apply for public assistance on the principal’s behalf and make specific decisions regarding long-term care.