Do I Need A Living Will, A Do Not Resuscitate Order, Or Both?

In our estate planning practice, we encourage our clients to make important advance decisions as to their own health care.  This involves “advance directives” such as designating a Health Care Surrogate (and back-up persons) to make health care decisions if you become incapacitated and can no longer make those decisions for yourself; and, preparing a […]

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PARENTS NEED TRUSTS FOR MINORS

It is not unusual for someone to name their children, or a niece or nephew as beneficiaries, or contingent beneficiaries on their life insurance policies.  Sometimes an employer may offer group life insurance coverage and in haste, the employee names minor children as beneficiaries of that policy.  “I want them to have that money for […]

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