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GUIDANCE FOR AGES 18-30: Estate Documents

GUIDANCE FOR AGES 18-30: Estate Documents

| June 30, 2017
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As soon as a person reaches age 18, you are considered an adult by law, and are in need of certain estate documents to protect any assets you have acquired as well as your health care wishes should you become unable to verbalize them yourself. At a minimum one should consider obtaining a Will, a Durable Power of Attorney, and a Health Care Power of Attorney.

We don’t prepare these documents for our clients at FAS. Your attorney should create these documents for you. Yes, many of these documents are obtainable online or by purchasing software but we don’t recommend it… we have seen several horror stories when people have used documents prepared from online resources that have not represented them legally in the end. If you would like to learn about these documents we will be glad to provide a basic understanding of how they work. You can then contact your attorney to prepare your documents in a legally sound manner.

 

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