Estate Planning

Estate Planning

For People With A Chronic Condition or Disability

Unknown - 2009
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"This is the first comprehensive estate-planning guide for those living with a chronic disease or disability. This book is targeted at those planning for the disbursement of their estates, no matter their size.

Estate-planning is crucial for those living with a chronic disease or disability: individuals must express their preferences whether to receive long-term care at home rather than in a nursing home in the event that they become more disabled, and it is more important for one who has a chronic illness to name a power of attorney. Estate Planning for People with a Chronic Condition or Disability covers all of those topics plus:

How to write your will How to determine how much life insurance your family needs How to figure out whether you need a living trust Learn about powers of attorney When to work with a lawyer, if you need to

The book also includes downloadable sample forms for:

Power of Attorney Living Will Designation of Proxy for Financial and Health Decisions"

Publisher: New York, NY : Demos Medical Pub., c2009.
ISBN: 9781932603668
Characteristics: xviii, 205 p. ; 26 cm.


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