Whether or not you have property or children it’s crucial to have a legal will and power of attorney for property and personal care. Who will raise your children if you pass away? What if your families can’t agree? If you don’t have a will, the government will administer your estate after your death. This can result in additional stress and expense for your family members, unintended tax consequences and complications in the context of a legal separation of divorce.
Your power of attorney for property and personal care are necessary should you become incapacitated and be unable to make decisions at any point during your lifetime.