Get the basics on estate planning in this overview with Mark Turner, partner and head of the Gertsburg Law Firm’s Estate Planning practice. In this conversation with Alex Gertsburg, he covers the essential documents you should have in your estate plan and why they’re important.
- Estate planning simplified
- Basic documents and beyond (Wills, Powers of Attorney, Living Will, HIPPA Waiver, Trusts)
- What is a Will and who needs one; What happens if you don’t have a Will
- What does probate mean and which assets are probate-able
- Types of Powers of Attorney; Healthcare Power of Attorney vs Living Will
- Why does it matter? Costs and benefits
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Contact Mark Turner by email at [email protected] or by phone at 440-571-7773. Mark is available to speak to your organization or staff on topics related to estate planning. Visit our Speaking Opportunities page if you would like Mark, or any of our attorneys, to speak to your organization on this or other topics. Explore Gertsburg Law’s estate planning and probate practice at www.gertsburglaw.com/practice-areas/probate-estate-litigation/.
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Articles for Further Reading:
Knowledge is Power: Understanding the Different Powers of Attorney and Your Financial Power of Attorney Agent: What They Can Do and What They Cannot Do, by Mark Turner and Cindy Menta
Handwritten Wills in Ohio: Are they Valid? by Nick Weiss
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