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Estate Planning

In all 50 states if you don't put in writing what you want done before you are either incapacitated or dead, then the State steps in and the courts make your decisions.

We are all aware of the terrible tragedy of Terri Schiavo. But what most do not realize is that whole tragic event could have been avoided by a simple document known as a Durable Power of Attorney Health or a similar document.

In this section we describe the basic documents each of us should have to accomplish a very simple goal. "When I can no longer make decisions for myself how do I want decisions made - by the court or according to my wishes?"

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