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Probate and Estate Planning
What is a Will?
What is a Living Will?
What is a Power of Attorney?
What is the difference between a durable and non-durable Power of Attorney?
Can I give a Power of Attorney to multiple people at the same time?
What is a Medical Power of Attorney?
What is Probate Property?
When should you begin your estate plan?
When should I have my estate plan reviewed?

You should consider reviewing your will and other estate planning documents on a regular basis. Changes in tax, Medicaid, Medicare, and other laws may affect your documents even if the documents themselves have not changed. Additionally, you should have your estate planning documents reviewed whenever a significant life change has occurred, including a marriage, divorce, death of a spouse or child, or the receipt or payment of a substantial amount of property. These changes may affect the appropriateness of your current documents and how your estate is to be distributed.