MyCare Plan

When it comes to your health and your assets, you're used to being in charge. The decisions you make for yourself and your family are important because you know what's best for you. unfortunately, in the event that you aren't able to speak on behalf of these decisions, someone that doesn't understand your wishes can end up making them for you. Without an estate plan in place, these crucial choices regarding YOUR health, YOUR finances, and YOUR family are suddenly out of your control. Many people disregard planning for unexpected events because they're "too young," it's "too expensive," or they just don't realize the importance of each piece that goes into a Will & Trust. MyCare Plan is a comprehensive planning package, customized to your needs, covering each of the essential parts that make up a full estate plan.

Features

  • Developed by attorneys
  • No add-ons or surprise charges
  • Friendly, customer service staff to answer your questions
  • No annoying sponsored advertising
  • Complete at your own pace from the privacy of your home
  • Mailed to you in a MyCare binder ready to be signed and notarized
  • Peace of mind for life’s uncertainties

 

What's Included

Living Will

  • Your Last Will states how you want your assets to be distributed among your heirs upon your death. This can also include whom you would designate as a guardian for you minor children once incapable. Without specifying this information in an official signed document, the State will distribute your property as THEY see fit.

 Living Trust

  • What is placed into your living trust can be altered throughout your lifetime, and upon your passing, will be transferred to whomever you appoint as a Trustee. With a Living Trust, you will maintain privacy of your asset distribution and avoid the costs of probate court.

 

Health Care Power of Attorney                  

  • This document names someone to be your health care agent, sometimes referred to as a representative proxy, or patient advocate. This is a person you choose to make decisions about your medical treatment and health care if you become unable to participate in medical treatment decisions.

 

Financial Power of Attorney

  • This document allows you to appoint someone to make decisions for you in respect to your assets when you are unable to do so. When accidents, illnesses, or prolonged absences occur, you may need someone to manage your financial affairs. It can be done in anticipation of a future need, for a special purpose or for a limited time.