How to Plan your Estate

Just over 1/3 of Americans have a will, and fewer have any estate planning documents at all. An often overlooked area of estate planning is loss of capacity. The reality is that anyone, at any age, can be left incapacitated without warning. Significant others do not have the authority to make health care, end of life or burial decisions for you without proper documentation.

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Presented by Debra Verni, Esq

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