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Estate Planning for Seniors: What Happens If Your Loved One Dies Without a Will?

If your senior loved one doesn’t prepare a will, they may die “intestate,” without a will, leaving the distribution of their property to the law of the state where they live. Here’s why estate planning for seniors is so essential.

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How to Get a Durable Power of Attorney

At some point, your aging parents will need help making decisions. And if your parents no longer have the legal capacity to make rational choices, you’ll need a durable power of attorney to be able to help them. Here’s what you need to know about how to get the right power of attorney so you can follow your parents’ wishes.

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5 Legal Documents That You Should You Have Before Anything Goes Wrong

No one wants to think about getting sick, becoming disabled, or dying, but we need to do this kind of planning to make sure that our wishes are followed and that our loved ones aren’t burdened with additional stress at a very trying time. Learn about the estate planning documents you absolutely need to take care of now—including your will, trust, power of attorney, and advanced directive—before the unthinkable happens.

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