Wills are a legal document through which one is able to plan the distribution of their estate after death. There are many types of wills, including: single wills, trust wills, mirror wills, and property wills.
Power of Attorney
POA’s enable an appointee to make decisions on your behalf according to the specifications of your authorization. There are two types: POA for personal care and POA for property.
A legal process, where a court affirms that a will fulfills the essential legal requirements, therefore is legitimate.
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