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Decide on power of attorney designations now

There are a host of things that a person should do when they are getting their estate plan together. One aspect of this is long-term care planning, which includes getting a durable power of attorney document drawn up. We know that you might be concerned about exactly what this can do and how it will impact your ability to remain independent. We can help you to understand your options and what each option will mean for you.

Military estate planning

It is especially important for service members to begin estate planning right away because of the potential dangers they may face while in the service. Estate plans help protect you and your family from any legal issues concerning you assets and last wishes.

Why should you plan ahead for long-term care?

Many people avoid discussions and planning related to long-term and end-of-life care because these aren't fun topics. They can, in fact, be frightening topics to consider because of the element of unknown in the discussion -- how can you plan for something when you don't know what's going to happen.

Creating an estate plan isn't complicated

Thinking about the end of your life isn't pleasant; however, taking the time right now to think about that can help you to take control over what is going to happen in those final days and the period following your death. Estate planning, which includes making your will, helps your family members to have closure faster after you pass away.

Keep business needs in mind for estate planning

Sometimes, estate planning is about protecting the things you've built in this life so that they can go on to serve others. Often, we think about how our wealth or assets might serve our heirs when we are gone, but if you've built a business or product, then you should make plans for it so it can continue to serve your customers in a way you're comfortable with.

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