The will, also known as a last will and testament, is likely the most well known estate planning document. In Ohio, anyone who is at least eighteen years old, of sound mind and memory, and not under any restrain is able to make a will. In basic terms, a will provides direction to the probate court with respect to your estate, which includes both your assets and debts.

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Living Wills

A living will is another important document for all adults to consider. A living will is used to document your wishes regarding end of life treatment. These are directions to your doctor and family as to what treatments you would want if you have a terminal condition or are in a permanently unconscious state.

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Powers of Attorney

Powers of attorney are an essential piece in any estate plan. A power of attorney allows you to choose an agent to make financial or healthcare decisions if you are unable to do so.

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HIPAA Authorization

A HIPAA Authorization is a document used to grant chosen individuals access to your healthcare information, such as your medical records. This is often useful for individuals who like to have family members help with their healthcare and can allow, for example, an adult child to call your doctor to confirm the proper dosage on your prescription.