“Estate planning” is a comprehensive term used to describe the process of planning for your future, both financially and medically. This can include executing a Will or Trust, specific to your needs, to describe what you want to happen to your property when you pass away. It can also include Powers of Attorneys that state your desires regarding health care during life, end of life decisions, and what happens to your body after death. The process can also be used to protect your assets from probate or taxes and help plan for your children’s future by appointing a guardian for them.
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Estate Planning Glossary