If you are planning ahead for a parent, friend, or yourself, consider the importance of a will, Advanced Health Care Directive, and more. This article by a noted estate lawyer takes a look at the whole picture of estate planning. While a will takes care of those you leave behind after death, estate planning takes care of people when they are alive, should they become incapacitated and unable to make their own decisions. Here's the link: Estate Planning
Author: Lydia McAnerney, Volunteer Coordinator and Marji Miller, Executive Director. Margie's been a part of Southeast Seniors for over fourteen years and has a wealth of experience. Lydia joined Southeast Seniors in 2015 but has worked with volunteers for over 30 years.