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Does your parent have a will, a living will and powers of attorney for health care and finances?
Things might look good, but a higher cost of living will dampen the excitement unless the Fed acts soon.
Those documents include a power of attorney, a power of attorney for health care, a living will, a standard will, a living trust and guardianship/conservatorship.
Young men making the transition from foster care to independent living will have a softer landing at the new Trinity House, a group home that had its grand opening last week on the east side.
Moving usually isn't cheap, and moving to a big city where the cost of living will trend higher can be intimidating.
The legal document is called a living will, or advanced directive.
What would cut time would be a reduction in ad minutes, between innings and during pitching changes, and no one currently living will see that happen.
Beyond the actual difficulty of getting there, day-to-day living won't be a moonwalk in the park either.
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law : a document in which you say what medical decisions should be made if you become too sick or injured to make those decisions
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