Get Your Documents in Order
Creation of Wills
Wills are not only for the elderly. Everyone needs to have a will established, just in case. It gives you a say in what happens with your possessions and accounts after you pass away. It also makes the process easier for your family if you have everything written out ahead of time. Help your family avoid unnecessary stress and let them know your wishes ahead of time with a will.
Power of Attorney
A power of attorney is someone – either a family member, close friend, or attorney – responsible for ensuring your wishes are carried out after you pass away. Make sure to choose someone you trust who agrees to be a power of attorney and knows where your documents are kept. If you’d like to leave this responsibility to a lawyer, Mary Higdon with Higdon Law is a trusted power of attorney in the state.
If you are incapacitated and unable to make your own medical decisions, a living will will let your family and doctors know what type of medical care you’d like to be provided. This includes end-of-life care, such as the level of care you’d like to keep you alive if you are unresponsive.
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