Facing a health concern of a loved one or yourself can be overwhelming. Having a Will, financial power of attorney, and health care directive in place is the best way to prepare for the legal and financial impact of a disability on you and your family.
Facing illness is scary enough. You do not also want to worry about getting your estate and financial affairs in order while you are confronted with a health crisis. Having a Will in place can relieve that concern and give you peace of mind.
It is also critically important to have a financial power of attorney and health care directive in place for protection if you become incapacitated. If you are not able to care for yourself, the agents you name in your financial power of attorney and health care directive will have legal authority to take care of your financial affairs and health care decisions for you without having to go to court to establish guardianship or conservatorship.
If you are already facing a health concern, it is even more important to prepare your estate plan now. Fortunately, WillsbyWaybridge makes the estate planning process simple, convenient, and affordable.
Whether you are facing a health concern of your own or are thinking about your own affairs because of the illness of a friend or loved one, preparing your estate plan is one of the best gifts you can give yourself and your family.