Your Health Care Surrogate: Where Authority Starts and Ends

People tend to like their privacy when it comes to medical care. So, it may be difficult to think of appointing someone to make medical decisions for you, but it’s an essential part of your estate plan. If you are asked to serve as someone’s health care surrogate, though, you need to know where your authority starts and where it ends. Let’s consider Arthur and his best friend, Sid. Both are widowers and have Read More

New Year’s Resolution – Time to Update My Estate Plan

New Year’s is a time of reflection. It’s a time to think of the happenings of the past year and look forward to life ahead. While you’re in a contemplative mood, make updating your estate plan a primary New Year’s Resolution. What Do I Need to Update? The past year may have dealt you some major life events. Births and deaths, marriages and divorces could all lead to changes in your estate planning documents. Even Read More