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Understanding Wills and Binding Financial Agreements

Discussion in 'Wills and Estate Planning Law Forum' started by Sarah, 22 April 2014.

  1. Sarah

    Sarah Member

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    Hello everybody, we need help with decisions about our wills, our binding financial agreements and our advanced health directives and power of attorney. Firstly, I am a public servant and my husband is employed in the private sector in sales. We have both talked to all our office friends and respective family members and close friends and everyone seems to have a different explanation and solution. HELP.

    We want to understand the various plusses and negatives about wills and binding financial agreement and advanced health directive and perhaps we will all learn which is which and why do we need them. I personally think I need all of them but my husband wants to understand all the issues better.

    Thanks Forum Members
     
  2. winston wolf

    winston wolf Well-Known Member

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    What makes you think you need a BFA?
    What do you think an advanced health directive is?
    It would be an incredibly cautious person that was already married, of good health and not about to travel over seas that would want all of these.
     
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  3. Sarah

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    Hi wolf, yes we are ultra cautious, but thats who we are I guess. Each to their own. And I guess we are still seeking informative answers from knowledgeable forum members
    . Thankyou
     
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  4. winston wolf

    winston wolf Well-Known Member

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    Sorry Sarah but if you want help that is relevant to your situation and more than what you would get if you did a search yourself, you need to give more information.
     

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