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ESTATE PLANNING: WILLS, TRUSTS & POWERS OF ATTORNEY
Estate Planning allows you to determine where your “stuff” goes.
It allows you, while you are still living, to ensure that your property will go to the people you want, in the way you want, and when you want.
All estate plans should include, at minimum, two important estate planning parts:
• Powers of attorney for managing your property and making healthcare decisions during your life, in case you are ever unable to do so yourself.
• A will for the management and distribution of your property after death.
In addition, more and more, Americans also are using revocable (or “living”) trusts to avoid probate and to manage their estates both during their lives and after they’re gone.