Are Your Affairs in Order?

by Mark W. Dellinger

Why do we fail to plan? “I don’t have that much,” is a common answer. Other common misconceptions are that it is too expensive or complicated. Many do not want to address our mortality.

For almost everyone, the plan should include a will, a power of attorney and an advance medical directive. Some plans will also include some sort of trust. These documents are not “products” in the sense that we think of other things we buy from stores. Continue reading