A do-it-yourself Last Will that's easy to personalize.
Last Will & Testament
A Last Will is important if you wish to control your property, assets, and finances after death. For example, without a Will, you wouldn’t be able to gift property to a non-relative or exclude certain relatives from claiming an inheritance.
A Last Will is especially important for parents with minor children, as it allows you to appoint a legal guardian.
A do-it-yourself Power of Attorney that's easy
Power Of Attorney
A Power of Attorney is critical to have in the event of unforeseen circumstances, and thus, is often a key document in one’s Estate Plan. For example, if you suddenly become ill or are involved in a serious accident, having a Durable Power of Attorney in place will allow your attorney-in-fact to manage your affairs until you are better.
A do-it-yourself Medical Directive that's easy
A Medical Directive is a document that appoints someone to make medical decisions on your behalf. This person becomes known as your health care agent or proxy.
If you’re incapacitated, your health care agent generally has the authority to:
Consent or refuse consent to treatments (per your Living Will)
Receive/review your medical and hospital records
Sign any medical releases or health care documents