Estate Planning is for Everyone!

18 and On Your Own: Legal Documents for Grads and Young Adults

Although this was written for young adults, this free e-book is a useful summary of estate planning documents that are necessary for people of all ages!

Once you reach the age of majority – 18 in most states – your parents no longer are considered your legal representative and are not entitled to see your medical and financial records.

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About the Author

Merrell Bailey is a recovering CPA who crossed over to the dark side in 2001 to practice solely as an attorney in the areas of estate planning, probate, trust administration, guardianships, business succession planning and asset protection.

Why Do You Need Estate Planning Documents?

You have a medical emergency and are unable to communicate regarding your medical care
You physically or mentally are unable to perform routine financial affairs such as paying your rent or car loan.
You have a terminal illness and do not want to be kept alive artificially.
You are estranged from your parents and prefer they not inherit your worldly possessions.
You become mentally incapable of controlling your own affairs and want to designate your significant other to make important decisions for you.