4 Documents To Have During a Pandemic
Our first priority is helping you take care of yourself and your family. Having these documents in place now will not only provide you with the peace-of-mind knowing that you have taken the proper steps for the future, it will also save your family a lot of unnecessary stress and legal expenses.
A will outlines your wishes regarding the distribution of your assets (home, car, investments, etc.) and the guardianship of your minor children if you are deceased.
A living will offers your family and medical professionals direction for your health care. It explains what type of care that you would like to have (or not have) if you cannot speak for yourself.
Medical Power of Attorney
The medical power of attorney appoints a particular person to make health care decisions on your behalf if you are incapacitated.
Financial Power of Attorney
A financial power of attorney appoints a person to handle all of the investments, banking, bill paying, etc. if you are incapacitated.