WILLS & POWERS OF ATTORNEY
Having a will is one of the most important things you can do for yourself, your legacy, and family.
A will will protect your assets, spouse, children, amongst others, and makes it clear how you would like your assets to be handled and split after you have passed on.
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POWERS OF ATTORNEY
A Power of Attorney is a legal document that gives someone else the power to act and make decisions on your behalf.
Like wills, powers of attorney are indispensable tools when it comes to life planning. Everyone should have a power of attorney, because we never know what may happen tomorrow.
Remember, however, that you are not required to have power of attorney, whether for property or personal care. Having a power of attorney or not is your choice to make. If you do want to have a power of attorney, please make sure you are doing so out of your own free will, without being pressured by someone else.
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