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Should a living will be part of your estate plan?

It is never easy to plan for the future, especially when it pertains to your own health care and potential medical problems you could face as you move through life. However, having a good, thoughtful estate plan in place can eliminate some of the stress regarding these sensitive matters.

Estate planning is for young Maryland residents too

When you're young and carefree, probably the last thing on your mind is planning for the future. However, life is unpredictable. There may be challenges even when you're young. No one wants to think about the "what ifs," but planning for those maybes may save you and your family members a lot of grief should the unthinkable happen.

Your preferences, your rights: Planning for end-of-life care

Planning for emergencies and serious medical needs can be a frightening prospect for you, but despite how uncomfortable this may make you feel, it can be beneficial for both you and your loved ones. Planning for end-of-life care and outlining your wishes in case of incapacitation can provide a measure of security and peace of mind for your future.