Our Document Board

Medical Documentation

Medical documentation such as an advanced medical directive or the healthcare proxy is very important to have. If you become incapacitated from an illness these documents give a person you trust to take care of your medical needs and make decisions on your behalf and in your best interest.

Business Contracts

Contracts have many purposes and thus many different reasons for why they are important. For starters, contracts are the main source of revenue and relationship building for an organization. They save as a record of commitments for both parties. They prevent conflicts and mitigate risk. 

Employment Contracts

Its Quite surprising how many employers don't provide employment contracts. Every employer is required by law to provide the employee with a written contract of employment. Failure to do so can land the employer in jail for a term of imprisonment or a heft fine.

Power of Attorney

Protect your loved ones from possible power of attorney abuse. Another family member, a close friend or even a nursing home can file a guardianship over your loved one. Even an outdated power of attorney can cause serious problems.

Living Trust

A legal estate planning tool that can detail how and where assets are to be used or distributed in incapacitation or death cases. It specifies the legal relationship between three basic groups.

: The grantor, who funds the trust

: The trustee, who manages the trust

: The beneficiary, who receives the proceeds and assets of the trust

There are many reasons why it's a good idea to arrange how your assets will be arranged upon death. This could help your beneficiaries and surviving spouse during a hard and emotional time. You can place many different assets into a living trust, such as bank accounts, allowing loved ones to be cared for immediately. All in all, there are many types of trust that can also be customized to your liking. 

"It's better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it"

George Ellis

Last Will & Testament

The majority of people think they only need a Last Will and Testament near death. Well, we're to tell you that couldn't be further from the truth. Any person who wants to create plans for what will take place to their finances, property, children, and even pets in the event of death should definitely create a Will. It is important to be "sound of mind" when you begin the process of creating your Will. Some Illnesses can cause issues with thinking and cognition, so it's pertinent to begin your Will long before a medical crisis.

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