When people come to Alexander and Cleaver for estate planning, they generally come for a last will and testament. What we do is, we sit down and talk to them about the need for several other documents. The first one being a power of attorney, which allows a person that you appoint to act on your behalf in financial matters and other important matters. So, in case you do become incapacitated for whatever reason, this document is in place already. The next document we recommend is also what's called a healthcare power of attorney. It allows a person that you've appointed to help you with medical decisions when you are unable to do so. Essentially we have a complimentary documents, a last will and testament, healthcare power of attorney, and also a power of attorney. These documents in combination are what we recommend for estate planning.