Most people avoid talking about their death. Who will get your personal properties, your money, or take care of your children? If you don't make these decisions, then these decisions may fall into the hands of a stranger, or worse, there may be fighting between loved ones. Who will oversee the process?
And what if you are alive, but unable to make decisions for yourself? Who will pay for your bills or make health care decisions? Don't leave the burden upon loved ones.
Parents, once your child turns 18 years old, you need authorization to make the decisions for them; they need these documents too! Let me guide you through the process of drafting your will, power of attorney, and healthcare directive.