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I was thinking of making power of attorney and living will I heard we can prepare themselves and then we can get witness signatures or notary public but these are legal documents and I feel hesitant of making themselves and their future implications I mean we both don’t have any disease we don’t own houses cars and everything is under my spouse parents name and we are living them can we still make these documents ourselves?

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7 minutes ago, Z@f said:

I was thinking of making power of attorney and living will I heard we can prepare themselves and then we can get witness signatures or notary public but these are legal documents and I feel hesitant of making themselves and their future implications I mean we both don’t have any disease we don’t own houses cars and everything is under my spouse parents name and we are living them can we still make these documents ourselves?

Not sure if this is applicable to you since your spouse do not own the property. 

What I know is, you can only do the Living will if you and your spouse own a property.


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9 minutes ago, Z@f said:

I was thinking of making power of attorney and living will I heard we can prepare themselves and then we can get witness signatures or notary public but these are legal documents and I feel hesitant of making themselves and their future implications I mean we both don’t have any disease we don’t own houses cars and everything is under my spouse parents name and we are living them can we still make these documents ourselves?

 

You can make these at any time. Doesn't matter how much or how little you physically own or share. Everyone at some point should always have some form of will and it should be updated every 5-10 years or as things change.

 

Power of attorney's are important as it designates your spouse as the one who will have control of things (finances, property, ect) if you became incompacitated, also get a Medical Power of Attorney, then they can make decisions on your care if you are unable to.

 

LegalZoom.com usually is a decent, affordable and simple way to do it yourself.

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3 minutes ago, Ben&Zian said:

 

You can make these at any time. Doesn't matter how much or how little you physically own or share. Everyone at some point should always have some form of will and it should be updated every 5-10 years or as things change.

 

Power of attorney's are important as it designates your spouse as the one who will have control of things (finances, property, ect) if you became incompacitated, also get a Medical Power of Attorney, then they can make decisions on your care if you are unable to.

 

LegalZoom.com usually is a decent, affordable and simple way to do it yourself.

even the property was not under OP spouse name? OP said the property was under the parents name.


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1 minute ago, Lemon23 said:

even the property was not under OP spouse name? OP said the property was under the parents name.

 

That's in part why I said some form of will. A will just says my things go to these people. Doesn't have to be property like housing or cars; but I don't know much about the specifics on the will portion,  but the OP can look and read into them also.


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1 minute ago, Ben&Zian said:

 

That's in part why I said some form of will. A will just says my things go to these people. Doesn't have to be property like housing or cars; but I don't know much about the specifics on the will portion,  but the OP can look and read into them also.

I believe Medical power of attorney will be the best advise for OP, since right now the property is currently under the OP's spouse parents.


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1 minute ago, Lemon23 said:

I believe Medical power of attorney will be the best advise for OP, since right now the property is currently under the OP's spouse parents.

 

Definately is advisable. Easy to fill out too.

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Thank guys yes Is there any different between living will and medical power of attorney and can sibling become one witness and 2nd one would be friend sibling is spouse brother would it be fine

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2 minutes ago, Z@f said:

Thank guys yes Is there any different between living will and medical power of attorney and can sibling become one witness and 2nd one would be friend sibling is spouse brother would it be fine

I believe you should go to Legalzoom.com as we're not lawyer here. You can find those information on Legalzoom.com


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06/16/18: Approval Letter arrived in the mail with 06/13/18 approval date

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06/23/18: Online account updated to Biometrics scheduled on 07/12

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