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7 Things to Consider When Choosing a Guardian for Your Minor Child

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A legal guardian is someone appointed to care for a minor child in the event that the child’s parents are unable to do so due to illness or death. While the thought of appointing someone else to care for your child may be daunting, failure to do so leaves the decision at the discretion of the court should the need arise.

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8 Things You Need to Know When Drafting Your Will

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When planning for a career, marriage, retirement or any of life’s milestones, countless hours are spent conducting research and meeting with industry professionals armed with an arsenal of questions before finalizing decisions. The same effort is rarely invested in one of life’s most important decisions- creating a will.

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5 Big Lies About Medical Directives

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A medical directive appoints an agent and provides detailed instructions regarding the type of medical care that you do or do not want should you become incapacitated and unable to make decisions on your behalf.  The Medical Order for Life Sustaining Treatment (MOLST) contains medical orders regarding life sustaining treatment.  

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Why Parents and Expecting Parents Need an Estate Plan

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As a parent, you are responsible for the care, protection, education, and financial support of your minor children. Often times before the child is born, you spend countless hours conducting research and making decisions about every aspect of your child’s life..

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5 Things You Should Know About a Power of Attorney

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A power of attorney grants a trusted individual (an agent or attorney-in-fact) the authority to act on your behalf. While a power of attorney may be used for various purposes, it is commonly used to appoint an agent to manage your financial affairs if you become incapacitated.

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The Anatomy of an Estate Plan

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Distribution of assets after death is often understood to be the sole purpose of an estate plan. However, a comprehensive estate plan entails much more than a will to distribute assets after death. An estate plan includes preparing for crises that may occur during your lifetime, more specifically…

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