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Why should a health care directive be part of an estate plan?

Suffering an accident and not being able to care for one's self may be a nightmare for St. Louis residents who enjoy the autonomy of living on their own and making their own decisions. However, when incapacitating and life-threatening illnesses and injuries occur, individuals may not be able to communicate their healthcare wishes to the doctors and providers who are tasked with treating them. The inability of a person to direct their own medical decision may cause them to undergo treatments or procedures that they would not otherwise have consented to.

Probate's a headache. How can it be avoided?

If you are reading this, you are seeking answers to questions that too often go unasked. One of the reasons most people don't even think to inquire about estate planning is because they are so busy living their lives they don't think they have an estate to plan for. That's usually not true, which is why it's good to start asking the questions now.

What to plan before you turn 30

There is a false perception that estate planning is only for old or rich people. However, everyone needs to consider how their assets will be distributed in the future. Taking time in your 20s or early 30s to plan can save you time and effort later on.

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