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Planning for the Worst of Times -- In the Best of Times"I'm perfectly healthy, at the top of my game, and have no plans to die anytime soon. Why should I worry about estate planning now?"
"Plan for the worst -- hope for the best." It's impossible to predict when tragedy will strike. Mike has had friends and relatives stricken down by brain tumors that go undetected until it's far too late. Tragic accidents, such as car crashes, can affect anyone. Athletic injuries are common, and can land a person in a coma if they suffer a concussion. In such cases, if the injured person hasn't done any estate planning, their medical wishes may not be followed and their property may not be divided up as they like. Their family members will often argue and fight over funeral plans and distribution of property. Not only is this an obviously bad outcome for the deceased -- it becomes a terrible strain on the family. Don't let this happen to you or your family. Mike can prepare simple wills, durable powers of attorney, and healthcare directives at a fraction of the cost you'll pay elsewhere. Oftentimes, Mike can do an entire estate planning package for $1,500 -- notary service included. If you don't have a will, living will, and power of attorney, or need to update the one you have, call (888) 510-1961 today -- you'll be glad you did.