Estate Planning at Temple Bat Yam

Tuesday, August 13, 2013, 7-9 PM



Cynthia  Malament, a local estate planning attorney, will discuss the essential documents  needed to designate who will be in charge of your personal, medical and  financial affairs if and when you become unable to manage such affairs on your  own while you are alive and after you pass away. Two important documents are the  Advance Medical Directive, which appoints a Health Care Agent and can include a  Living Will Declaration, and the Power of Attorney. The third document is the  Last Will and Testament, which includes directions for distribution of assets  and designates the person or persons to be in charge of your estate after you  pass away. The need for such planning will be discussed, as well as a clear  explanation of what these documents contain.