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Does Your Advance Directive Account for COVID-19?

It’s been two years since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, and advance care planning and directives are as important as ever. Responses to vaccinations and understanding their efficacy, reinfection potential, and long-haul symptoms resulting from COVID-19 continue to baffle…

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Changing Your Health Care Directives in Light of COVID-19

The advent of the coronavirus pandemic forces each individual to assess their values and priorities, and overall health. The little COVID-19 clinical information relating to treatment options and likely outcomes based on personal health history should lead all of us…

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What Happens if You Die Without a Will?

Dying without a will is also called dying intestate. Wills are subject to state law, and as such, intestacy processes vary by state in determining whether a person's assets go to their spouse, children, siblings, or parents. The probate court…

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5 Things to Include in an Estate Plan

An estate is all the property owned both individually and jointly, including bank accounts, real estate, jewelry, etc., including any liabilities, or simply debts, owed on that property. Lack of an estate plan may mean a great difficulty to carry…

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What is a Guardianship and How Do You Avoid It?

Whenever someone, a principal, loses their own mental capacity to be able to act in their own best interests, and agent may be able to step in to continue taking care of the principal as the principal would if they…

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Considerations for Your Health Care Power of Attorney

During this COVID-19 pandemic, a difficult question especially demands an answer: if you or a loved one is taken down into life-threatening illness, how far would you want extreme life-prolonging measures to be tried? For those of us who are…

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