It might seem morbid to plan for your death before the time comes, but planning for the inevitable can save your loved ones a lot of time, energy, and pain while they are grieving. The truth is this: nearly everyone has something to gain from thoughtful end-of-life, long-term care, or incapacity planning. With a durable power of attorney and an advance health care directive in place, for example, you can spare your loved ones a huge amount of trouble and heartache even if you have little to pass on to beneficiaries. In this podcast, Attorney Alma Miklasevics discusses what’s involved in setting up an estate plan.

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