- A Word About Blended Families
Today, I’m answering a question from a reader.
- Leaving a Legacy of Love
Anne and Bill are a wonderful example of parents who prepare for the inevitable. Both are in their mid-70s, and in relatively good health, but their two children and several grandchildren live far away. They knew that when something happens to them, their children would have to journey to get there and assist. Wanting to make life easier for their kids, they decided to make sure their wishes were known.
- My Living Will Covers All My Medical Decision Making
A living will, also known as an Advance Directive or a Declaration as to Medical or Surgical Treatment, is a document stating your wishes about end-of-life medical care. Unlike wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and other estate-planning documents, a living will is very limited in scope, as dictated by your state’s laws.