Trusts are a type of estate planning tool that can come in handy in a number of ways. Wills, trusts, advance healthcare directives and powers of attorney are all estate planning tools that estate planners should consider when considering the best estate plan for them.
Many people and estate planners have probably heard of a power of attorney, but may wonder exactly what one does and how to get one. A power of attorney document gives another individual the power to make important decisions on behalf of the party executing the power of attorney and conduct their financial affairs, or direct their medical care and treatment.
Estate planning can help estate planners ensure they leave the legacy they wish to leave and that their assets go to their beneficiaries according to their wishes. As a result, estate planning is a process for everyone to carefully consider an understand.