Our conversation focused on the fact that so many people put these issues off until it is left in someone else's bailiwick to deal with.
One should have Powers of Attorney and a Will so that you can have your assets and health care looked after as you wish while you are alive and furthermore how your assets will be distributed after you pass away.
Wills, Power of Attorney, Estate Planning
It may not be the greatest dinner table topic; but so many people I meet are dealing with the unexpected loss due to accident or illness. Please prepare. Stan Gelman is available at 905 270 5110 for consultations.