Everyone over the age of 18 needs to have a plan in place. Whether the plan only includes a Health Care Power of Attorney, Financial Power of Attorney, and Health Care Directive, or also includes a Trust and a Will.
Whether you are single, or married or have children or not, you need a plan in place. This is something you do for your loved ones. Don't leave a mess for them if you become incapacitated or die. If you are single, who will step up to handle your affairs if something happens to you? If you have minor children, who will serve as temporary and permanent guardian if anything happens to you? Get some peace of mind and handle your estate plan today.