You’ve just completed the signatures on your new estate planning documents. You have a Durable Power of Attorney, Healthcare Surrogate, Living Will, Last Will and Testament, and maybe a trust. Your estate planning attorney (you did use one instead of printing from the Internet, right?) scans them or makes copies, then presents the originals to you in a binder. You get home and think: Where should I store them? As great as these documents are, they can’t be effective if they get destroyed or no one knows where to find them. An Estate Planning Attorney can assist.
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