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Last Will and Testament
Direct who should be in charge of your estate and where your estate will be distributed
Community Property Agreement
For married couples to confirm they want their estate to go to each other without going through probate
Health Care Durable Power of Attorney
Give authority to someone to make medical decisions for you if you become incapacitated
Financial Durable Power of Attorney
Give authority to someone to make financial decisions and manage your finances for you if you become incapacitated
Health Care Directive
Tell your family if you want to receive life-sustaining treatment if you’re in a permanent unconscious state or vegetative state
Tell your family if you would prefer to be cremated or buried
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