A Last Will and Testament (“Will”) directs how your property will be distributed upon your death. A Will makes it much easier for your heirs to administer your estate in a way that is consistent with your wishes. Without a Will, the Intestacy laws of the State of Delaware will dictate who receives your property, cares for your children, and handles their money if they are under the age of 18.
The Durable Personal Power of Attorney (“POA”) lets you designate a person of your choosing to legally act on your behalf while you are still living but unable to handle your affairs yourself. If you do not have a POA in this event, a court-appointed guardian will be required before anyone can act on your behalf in any legal capacity. This process can be both expensive and time-consuming, as well as stressful for your loved ones.
The Advance Health Care Directive (sometimes referred to as a Living Will) sets forth your preferences regarding life sustaining treatment and other medical interventions in the event of a terminal condition.
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