Advance Legal Planning

The decisions we make as we age help determine our health care needs, the quality of care, the financial means available for care, the extent of family members’ involvement with our care and assets, and even our longevity.  Advance legal planning and establishing a Will, Living Will, and General Durable Power of Attorney while we are in good health can improve quality of life during senior years.  A sound advance legal plan can reduce the chances of courtroom fees, unnecessary probate costs, and extensive long-term care bills.

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