Are you feeling anxious about planning your estate? Many of my clients do. 

It is normal to feel that way. It brings about the fragility of life. It speaks to human life being finite and us being perished. Now that’s a thought! Bitter – sweet truth; We are perishable goods. 

When I  think of my last will or my medical directive, I consequently have to think about the end of my life. I have to imagine those scenarios. This is not an easy part of effective living.

I really want to do all of it now while I am still at my best self, and then continue to  live  effectively. 

Here are some basic and super easy tips:

  1. Everybody owns something! You might own more or less – but in all honestly, you do own something! Who will be the people you want to take over from you? Make a list. 
  2. Appoint the person who you trust enough to handle your finances. If you don’t have a person, designate the institution – this is your power of attorney.
  3. Take a good look into how you will want to be treated once you are sickly and not able to make those decisions about your own self! What do you tell the doctors they should do? It is your life now and your life then. Make it clear. 

In Arizona, there is a simple way yo do all of the above and move on with your life, living effectively. 

What we do and the way we live now It will impact the life of many. Once our physical existence is no longer, we leave our footprints.

Our physical life may be finite, but universe is infinite.  I firmly believe it is in our power now to impact the lives of many.  

Published by debmarinovic

I provide assistance in many areas of law with specialization in litigation and alternative dispute resolution. I am certified by the Supreme Court of Arizona. My experience includes corporate career with Fortune 500 Company, American Express and Best Western International. I am a writer, nature and animals’ lover and positive thinker. I write just about everything that touched my heart and mind! I enjoy traveling. I like to learn about the people and what makes us become who we are.

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