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"If Something Should Happen" will help you organize your financial and legal affairs so your loved ones will be able to step in with minimal difficulty, if you are not able to manage for yourself. Part I provides a quick overview of the fundamental elements of estate planning. Part II is made up of a set of forms that can create an easy-to-use blueprint for others to follo "If Something Should Happen" will help you organize your financial and legal affairs so your loved ones will be able to step in with minimal difficulty, if you are not able to manage for yourself. Part I provides a quick overview of the fundamental elements of estate planning. Part II is made up of a set of forms that can create an easy-to-use blueprint for others to follow. The American Institute for Economic Research has distributed more than 200,000 copies of this book since it was first published in 2008. The 2015 revision reflects changes in inheritance and health care laws. It is also based on feedback from readers that has resulted in a reorganization of the forms.


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"If Something Should Happen" will help you organize your financial and legal affairs so your loved ones will be able to step in with minimal difficulty, if you are not able to manage for yourself. Part I provides a quick overview of the fundamental elements of estate planning. Part II is made up of a set of forms that can create an easy-to-use blueprint for others to follo "If Something Should Happen" will help you organize your financial and legal affairs so your loved ones will be able to step in with minimal difficulty, if you are not able to manage for yourself. Part I provides a quick overview of the fundamental elements of estate planning. Part II is made up of a set of forms that can create an easy-to-use blueprint for others to follow. The American Institute for Economic Research has distributed more than 200,000 copies of this book since it was first published in 2008. The 2015 revision reflects changes in inheritance and health care laws. It is also based on feedback from readers that has resulted in a reorganization of the forms.

34 review for If Something Should Happen: How to Organize Your Financial and Legal Affairs

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jan

    This book discusses the importance of Estate Plans, wills and beneficiaries, Trusts and Living wills, Power of attorney and health care proxies, Care of minor children and long term care insurance and life insurance. Funerals etc. There are also forms included that help to organize your records in one place or show where the records are stored. Things like legal information, medical information, insurance policies, A list of Assets and Liabilities, Funeral Arrangements, What to do with Personal This book discusses the importance of Estate Plans, wills and beneficiaries, Trusts and Living wills, Power of attorney and health care proxies, Care of minor children and long term care insurance and life insurance. Funerals etc. There are also forms included that help to organize your records in one place or show where the records are stored. Things like legal information, medical information, insurance policies, A list of Assets and Liabilities, Funeral Arrangements, What to do with Personal property and more. I plan to use this book and the forms to make it easier on my family if something were to happen to me or my husband.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Dixie-Lee Campbell

    This was interesting to read and a good resource regarding financial planning, management and legal issues . Unfortunately some things didn't apply to me as a Canadian resident citizen. I will be passing on to some my relatives living in the US resident and citizens. Received as Goodreads in exchange for review. This was interesting to read and a good resource regarding financial planning, management and legal issues . Unfortunately some things didn't apply to me as a Canadian resident citizen. I will be passing on to some my relatives living in the US resident and citizens. Received as Goodreads in exchange for review.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Juergen John Roscher

    Great help in gathering important information that may be needed by family in case of an emergency or death. My wife and I plan to make copies of the data for each of our children so they know our information in case something happens.

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