What does it do? Enables you to own property jointly with another person Authorizes someone to handle legal and financial decisions if you become incapacitated Holds your belongings until your death Can it authorize someone to handle your financial affairs if you are unable to communicate? Generally, no Generally, no Can it specify how you want your belongings transferred after your death?
But only those belongings owned jointly Generally, no Is […]
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