All adults should have a Will, Power of Attorney and Guardianship

All adults should have a Will, Power of Attorney and Guardianship. A Will ensures your estate is managed by the person/s you want (executors) and your assets are bequeathed to your chosen beneficiaries. A Power of attorney appoints a person/s to manage your financial affairs and a Guardianship appoints a person/s to manage medical issues if you become incapacitated. The absence of these may result in difficulties.

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