Estate Plans include a joint trust for married couples and a single trust for unmarried people. An Estate Plan will also have the following documents:
Will: a will moves all of your property into your trust which was not previously funded into your trust. It also is the place where you elect who will care for your minor children.
Power of Attorney: this document allows you to give authority to a trusted individual to have access to your financial assets for your benefit.
Health Care Directive: this document allows you to explain your wishes for health care decisions in the event you are unable to speak for yourself.
Trust Funding: included with the estate plan is the funding of one item of property (usually real property) into the trust.
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