Why COVID-19 Makes National Healthcare Decision Day 2020 Even More Important

Each year on National Healthcare Decisions Day, I write about how having a Living Will and a Healthcare Power of Attorney at minimum is extremely important. And this was before the pandemic that is Coronavirus. Many people are coming face to face with what will happen if they get sick or pass away without having

Why Unmarried Couples Need Estate Planning the Most

If you have ever watched Judge Judy on TV, you may have heard the iconic judge tell couples who have been living together “without the benefit of marriage” that courts are not designed to handle the legal ramifications of “setting up shop” together. Yet it is happening more and more. For many reasons, older couples

Why Advance Directives are Essential: NHDD

Next week (Tuesday the 16th) is National Healthcare Decisions Day (NHDD). Why is such a day necessary or even important you might be thinking? According to a 2003 article by the US Agency for Healthcare Research and Study: Less than 50 percent of the severely or terminally ill patients studied had an advance directive in their medical

Just $70 for 5 Estate Planning Essentials for College Bound Teens

Now through the end of August 2020, I will be offering the documents ALL 18+ year-olds (regardless of what they are doing after high school) need for just $70: Healthcare Power of Attorney, Living Will, Mental Healthcare Power of Attorney, Durable Financial Power of Attorney and a separate HIPPA (if needed). I normally charge $275+