With regard to Wills , Trusts and even a Health Care Directives, everyone should have one. Even if you are not married and have no children, you may want to direct where your assets are distributed. In some cases, a revocable (living) trust may be appropriate. If you have elderly parents, you may wish to speak to them about both a financial Power of Attorney and a Health Care Power of Attorney usually referred to as a Health Care Directive. We have many years of experience in this area of law and would be glad to speak with you to determine what you need. If you have any questions about these subjects, please call an experienced Minnesota Attorney at Felix Law Office, P.A. at 952-894-8380.