Documents to Prepare
Estates planning, wills and other medical arrangements can be a maze of paperwork and regulations, and when you are dealing with an emergency, it can be especially frustrating to navigate. Often in serious situations, the responsibility of sorting through the paperwork process falls to your family, which can put an undue burden upon those already worried about your well-being. We are here to help you be better prepared with having documents and arrangements in place if an emergency were to arise.
- Preparing Medical Documents and Arrangements Amid a Global Crisis
- Last Will and Testament
- Living Wills
- 4 Types of Power of Attorney
- What You Need to Know When Writing a Will
- Top 5 Things to Consider in a Will
Need Additional Guidance?
If you would like to connect with a Legal Consultant, Attorney or EAP Counselor, go to the side bar on the right side of this page to Phone, Chat or Email. Attorneys can help you understandyour options and guide you through the legal document process. You also have online access to no-cost legal documents with user-friendly instructions on executing wills, trusts, power of attorney and living wills.