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Protect Your Spouse & Property With Proven Estate Solutions
Without a proper estate plan that appoints your spouse as the incapacity decision-maker in advance, he or she will not have the legal authority to make even fundamental decisions for you – or both of you.
For example, medical privacy laws will bar access to medical records and the ability to consult with your attending physician. Financial laws will also limit control over your finances, and IRS regulations will prohibit filing a “legal” joint income tax return.
Merhab Robinson & Clarkson can help you avoid these dire circumstances and plan effectively for the future. We can prepare a custom estate plan that includes effective and legal protections for your spouse. Contact us today for a free consultation.
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