State your health care preferences to your physician, family and friends. This includes types of special treatment you want or don't want at the end of life, preferences relating to diagnostic and surgical procedures and organ donation.
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Atlanta's John Marshall Law School
Juris Doctor cum laude•Graduated in 2015
Georgia State University
Master of Science with Honors•Graduated in 2005
MBA•Graduated in 1995
The Ohio State University
Bachelor of Science•Graduated in 1988
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Put in place a basic estate plan for you and your partner. This includes two wills, two powers of attorney and two advanced health care directives, customized to your specific needs.
Put in place a comprehensive estate plan for you and your partner. This includes two wills, two powers of attorney, two two advanced health care directives and two living trusts, customized to your specific needs.
Put in place a basic estate plan. This includes a will, a power of attorney and an advanced health care directive, customized to your specific needs.
Put in place a comprehensive estate plan. This includes a will, a power of attorney, an advanced health care directive and a living trust, customized to your specific needs.
Grant someone an authorization to act on your behalf in personal, business or other matters.
Determine who will get your property when you pass away. Putting in place a living trust helps you avoid probate.
Get a will in place. Determine beneficiaries for your assets, appoint guardians for minor children and make sure that your wishes are carried out.
Establish a guardianship. In this legal proceeding the court can appoint an agent (the guardian) and gives that person authority to make decisions on behalf of another person (the ward).