If you need help creating a will or trust, you should contact a lawyer for estate planning. An experienced estate planning lawyer near you can advise you on the pros and cons of trusts and wills. The lawyer can create these documents on your behalf. The lawyer can represent you in court in the event of a testamentary dispute or trust. The concept of estate planning is used in this guide to refer to the creation of a will or trust that will distribute your property after your death. This manual contains some general resources in this library that provide you with instructions on the subject. This manual also contains some forms that can be used to create a will or trust. Please note that on the first floor of the library, at the top of the shelves, there are legal dictionaries if you come across a legal term that you do not know. 1A – Estate Planning and Testamentary Information Form 1B – Estate Planning Commitment Agreement 1C – Alternate Representation 2 – Matrimonial Order Checklist 3A – Legal Term of Office Mandate 3B – Limited Permanent Power of Attorney 3C – General Permanent Power of Attorney 3D – Revocation of Power of Attorney 3E – Certification of Copy 4A – Health Directive – Langform 4B – Health Directive – Abstract 4C – Instructions for Pension Agents – Shortcut 4D – Health Directive – Fine d Form 4E – Proposal for a Directive on health language for clients 4F – portfolio Insert health directive Communication 5A – Power to appoint the guardian of a minor or unable to work under minn.