What if You Suddenly Become Incapacitated in Miami? Here’s Why You NEED Estate Planning
If you’re interested in estate planning in Miami, Florida, but don’t know where to start, we’ve got you covered!
In this brief and informative video, Miami estate planning attorney, Denise Jomarron, explains why everybody needs proper planning in place in case they suddenly become incapacitated. She shares frightening yet common real-life stories of what can happen if powers of attorney, health directives, and other documents are not signed prior to losing capacity.
Without these legal tools, family members may have no authority to make medical or financial decisions on your behalf. Your assets could be frozen and care delayed, leading to poor outcomes or unnecessary suffering. Worse yet, the state could appoint a guardian to control your life – taking that choice away from loved ones. Denise emphasizes that incapacity can strike anyone at any age from accidents, illness, or aging. Yet many people incorrectly believe these documents are just for the elderly. She reviews the key estate planning documents Florida residents need, which are not expensive but crucial to have completed with an attorney before a crisis occurs.
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