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What is Living Wills and Advanced Health Care Directives?
A living will, or advanced health care directive, is similar to a power of attorney in that it gives a trusted party authority to act and/or make decisions on your behalf. The difference is that this documents deals with authority over your health and medical treatment decisions. Much too often a person will become bed ridden and/or mentally incapable without having this important document in place. A lack of this documentation can make it extremely difficult for others, even family members, to get medical records and/or make health care decisions on your behalf. A living will states the types of medical treatments that can and cannot be used on you. Living wills typically cover issues such as artificial life support, resuscitation, organ donation and tube feeding. Having a valid living will in place not only gives you assurance that your decisions will be granted, it also removes the potential burden of decision making off your loved ones because you had planned ahead.
It is essential for all adults, not just the elderly, to have a living will in place because an unexpected illness or accident can happen at any age.
For more information on how to set up a living will to assure you have a plan in place, contact Wajda Law Group to speak with a Los Angeles Estate Planning Attorney and receive your FREE CONSULTATION today.
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Chapter 13 bankruptcy is the second most common chapter for individuals. Chapter 13 permits a debtor to repay his or her debts over a period of three to five years. Chapter 13 bankruptcy can also be used to save a vehicle or a home if a debtor has fallen behind on payments. In certain situations, a Chapter 13 bankruptcy can even eliminate the junior mortgages on a property.
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ESTATE PLANNING ENSURES THAT YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ARE PROTECTED.
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An essential step in protecting you and your family’s future is to create an all-encompassing estate plan. Here at Wajda Law Group, we have the knowledge and experience to create such protection for you. Although discussing an estate plan is something most people do not want to think about, proper protections are necessary in nearly all situations, and planning early can save you and your loved ones valuable time and money in the future.
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WHEN SHOULD YOU HIRE A FORECLOSURE ATTORNEY?
When it comes to foreclosure, hiring an attorney early in the process helps ensure that you have more options available to you than what might be available later in the foreclosure process. For example, the lawyer can help you work out a deal with the lender that will allow you to stay in the home, or, if necessary, fight the foreclosure in court. If you wait too long, however, it might be too late to stop the process.