End of Life Financial and Legal Planning
Good estate planning is simply making sure that the financial assets that are most important to you and your family – no matter how much or how little -- go to the intended recipients as quickly, cheaply, and easily as possible.
Using Medicare and Hospice. Learn about choosing Medicare hospice care, and how hospice under Medicare works.
How to set up a living will or health care directive. How to figure out what the person in your care wants and make sure it's reflected in the documents.
A living will or advance health care directive lets medical providers know a person's preferences when they're unable to do so independently.
More About End of Life Financial and Legal Planning
- Can Medicaid take my property when I pass away?
- Is it necessary to legally transfer ownership of a car after the owner dies?
- Is a separated wife still responsible for funeral?
- Do I still have financial power of attorney after the death of my mother?
- What are the West Virginia burial requirements for burying someone on my own?
- How do we preserve my deceased father's estate when my mother remarries?