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ESPERANTO PAROLATA
 
WHAT WILL HAPPEN IF I BECOME INCAPACITATED?
 

Incapacity can strike at any time. Disease, accidents, natural disasters, criminal attacks—all can render a person temporarily or permanently incapacitated to the point where he or she is unable to handle his or her own personal and/or financial affairs.

Even though nobody likes to think about these things, it only makes sense to make legal preparations in advance.  That way the people you want to be in charge of running your life for you will be the ones actually doing that, and, with your written guidance, they will know, for the most part, exactly what your wishes are and be able to implement them.

There are various tools in the estate planner's toolbox for accomplishing the above, the most common of which are Advance Directives and Powers of Attorney.  A Trust can also include provisions for dealing with incapacity.

The information presented on this website is not intended to be a source of legal advice or a comprehensive explanation of the law. You should not act upon or rely on information at this or any other website without the advice of a competent California estate planning attorney, especially if you reside outside the State of California, where we are not licensed to practice law and do not give legal advice. This website is intended for educational and informational purposes only.