Elder Law - Estate Documents

Estate documents are those documents prepared to protect one's estate in the event of incapacity or death.

They include a Will, which is operative only upon death; a Trust, which is often Signing Documentreferred to as a "Living Trust" because it is operative during the lifetime of the Trustor or Grantor, i.e., the person who establishes the Trust; a Power of Attorney to delegate to someone else certain powers that are defined in the Power of Attorney; a Nomination of Conservator, which allows you to select the person who should be appointed as your Conservator in the event that your estate needs the protection that you are unable to otherwise provide; and an Advance Health Care Directive to plan for the care that you want provided or don't want provided when you are near the end of your life.

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