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Preparing other documents
for your estate planning
A complete estate plan will involve other documents to cover all possible circumstances if you are incapacitated.
Powers of AttorneyA power of attorney will give a trusted individual the ability to act on your behalf with assets and financial accounts should you become incapacitated.
Living WillsAllow you to express how you wish to be treated in a variety of medical circumstances.
Health Care ProxySometimes called a health care surrogate or durable medical power of attorney, this document grants a trusted individual the authority to make medical decisions on your behalf should you become unable to do so.
Organ and tissue donationMake your wishes known with regard to becoming an organ or tissue donor.
Watch these videos to see why the above documents are needed.
After reviewing the services we can offer if you have questions and need our assistance for your estate planning, please call us at (901) 756-7878 or use the contact form to the right.