Estate Planning Documents CRITICAL By 55 – Avoid Squabbles

Did you know that when the musician Prince died in 2016 at age 57 he had no will? And guess what: his estate still isn’t settled! That’s what happens when you don’t have the right estate planning legal documents, especially a Living TrustDON’T BE LIKE 58% of Americans who don’t have a will or estate plan or 64% of Americans who have minor children and no end-of-life plan!

By 55, you should protect yourself and your loved ones by making sure you work with an expert estate planning attorney to have the right documents.

This legal webinar discusses what documents you’ll need, including:

  • Revocable Living Trust (known as a “Super Will”)
  • Last Will and Testament
  • Durable Power of Attorney
  • Advanced Healthcare Directive
  • HIPAA/CMIA Authorization
  • Living Will

If you’re over 55–or close to it–don’t miss this legal webinar from Estate Planning and Trust Administration attorney, James L. Cunningham from CunninghamLegal in which he shares what critical estate planning documents you should have by age 55.

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