The power of attorney should be given to a person that will do what is best for you.
Guardians can be named by a court for a person who is: disabled, injured, ill, diagnosed with dementia or a child under 18.
After the death of a loved one, probate may be required to pay off any bills and to distribute the estate.
Adding other types of health insurance to your Medicare coverage will help to cushion your out-of-pocket fees.
You do not have to be wealthy for your family to benefit from a trust.
Some of the documents include guardianship for minor children and a living trust.