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A will and other estate planning documents

Are you one of our Texas readers? Are you concerned that your estate plan is not as foolproof as it could be? You shouldn't feel alone, as many people are in the same position as you. As your life goes by, it is easy to overlook the importance of an estate plan. Most people start by creating a will, but some stop there. They think this is enough, in many cases because they are not aware of there other options.

Other estate planning documents to consider include the following: living will, durable power of attorney, statutory power of attorney for healthcare purposes, and a HIPPA release.

A living will, for example, provides medical direction in the event that you are incapacitated and unable to make decisions on your own. This may not be something you want to think about, but it is a document that will put your mind at ease. Not to mention the fact that it will make life easier for your family should you find yourself in this position.

The more you learn about creating a will and other estate planning documents the easier it is to understand what you need at the present time.

Many people make many estate planning mistakes. This isn't because they are lazy or they don't want to do the right thing. Instead, it is because they don't have all the information they need to make informed decisions.

If you want to learn more about essential estate planning documents, such as a will, visit our webpage entitled "College Station Estate and Probate Attorney."

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