The Four Legal Documents That Everyone Needs To Plan For Their Future

    Now you can finally use the phrase, "I'll have to check with my lawyer."

    The COVID-19 outbreak has all of us reprioritizing the important things in our lives, not just access to sanitary paper goods and basic human contact, but our actual lives and the lives of our loved ones. As we take things day by day, it’s more important than ever to plan for the future in the event that something out of our control does happen to us.

    The Hard Part: How To Start?

    With all of that awkwardness out of the way, it’s time to find to start working on those foundation documents:

    1. A Living Will

    2. A Healthcare Proxy

    3. A Power of Attorney

    4. A Trust (But Not Necessarily a Will)

    The Easier (But Still Hard) Part