As an estate planning attorney, I prepare the standard end-of-life documents that many people are familiar with, like wills and trusts, which primarily focus on distributing property. But did you know that another large part of my job is helping my clients plan for healthcare situations?
"My situation is very simple. I just want to make sure that if something happens to one of us, the other gets everything. If something happens to both of us, the kids get everything." It's the classic opening. Estate planners hear it every week.