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WILLS AND ESTATE PLANNING $200 (Pikesville)

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COVID SPECIAL!!!!!

ONLY $200

* Make sure you and your love ones are protected.

Complete Estate Planning Binder for only $200. After a consultation, we will provide you with all the documents needed to protect your family and insure your wishes will be honored in case of your untimely demise.

All documents are tailored to your specification.

Your Estate Binder includes:
1. A Person
2. A Power of Attorney
3. A Medical Directive
4. A Funeral Plan

All in one organized Binder.


ESTATE PLANNING
Estate planning is the process of designating who will receive your assets and handle your responsibilities after your death or incapacitation. One goal is to ensure beneficiaries receive assets in a way that minimizes estate tax, gift tax, income tax and other taxes.

WILLS
A will provides for the distribution of certain property owned by you at the time of your death, and generally you may dispose of such property in any manner you choose. Your right to dispose of property as you choose.

POWER OF ATTORNEY
A durable financial power of attorney allows someone else to manage your financial affairs if you're medically unable to do so. Your designated agent, as directed in the document, can act on your behalf in legal and financial situations when you can't. This includes paying your bills and taxes, as well as accessing and managing your assets.
A limited power of attorney can be useful if the idea of turning over everything to someone else concerns you. This legal document does just what its name says: It imposes limits on the powers of your named representative. For example, you could grant the person the power to sign the documents on your behalf at the closing of a home sale or to sell a specific stock.

MEDICAL CARE DIRECTIVE
A medical care directive, also known as a living will, spells out your wishes for medical care if you become unable to make those decisions yourself. You can also give a trusted person medical power of attorney for your health care, giving that person the authority to make decisions if you can't. These two documents are sometimes combined into one, known as an advance health care directive.



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