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Life Insurance Claims

Life Insurance Claims

When a loved one with a life insurance policy dies, the insurance company may try to deny payment for a number of reasons, including: misrepresentation on the insurance application; negligence or suicide; or lapse in premium payments. If your life insurance claim has been denied, delayed, or underpaid, MGW is your expert resource to help guide you through this difficult time.

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Power Of Attorney

A power of attorney is a legal document that gives another person the authority to act on your behalf. A power of attorney can be general and allow another person to act on your behalf regarding many matters, or specific, such as a power of attorney for finances or healthcare. You can also choose whether the power of attorney should be in effect while you are still living or if it should be in effect only after you pass on. Our attorneys are experienced and can help you choose the appropriate power of attorney for your needs.

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End-of-Life Directives

End-of-life directives include living wills, healthcare powers of attorney, and authorizations for final disposition. A living will is a legal document that allows you to specify the type of medical treatment you want when you are in a terminal condition or persistent vegetative state, such as whether you want feeding tubes or other life-sustaining procedures performed. A healthcare power of attorney is a legal document that authorizes another person to make healthcare decisions for you when you are unable to make your own healthcare decisions. An authorization for final disposition is a legal document that authorizes another person to make decisions regarding your funeral and disposition of your remains. It also allows you to state any special requests you may have regarding your funeral and disposition of your remains. Contact us today for assistance in determining what end of life directives are appropriate for you.

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Estate Planning

If your life circumstances have changed but you have not reviewed or updated your estate plans, it may be a good time to revisit your estate plans. We have attorneys experienced in estate planning who can help review your existing estate plans and update the plans if necessary. Please contact us regarding any estate planning needs you may have.

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