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I've gone back and forth between anti-virus providers over the years. My previous AVS was with McAfee and I switched to McAfee *from* Norton several years ago, because my Norton software was bloated and really slowed down my computer. When my McAfee subscription expired I read the reviews and Norton was highly rated for anti-virus and malware protection.
I went back to Norton and found that even with an aging Windows XP desktop computer, it didn't slow me down and its been providing good protection. I also loaded it on my wife's Vista computer.
I had no idea what to expect when I ordered this--I just wanted something to help me write my will. It exceeded my expectations! It's easy to use, extremely thorough, and as a bonus, it helps you with other legal documents, not just your will. Here's what you get:
* Health Care Directive (Living Will & Power of Attorney)
* Durable Power of Attorney for Finances
* Final Arrangements
* Information for Caregivers & Survivors
The will, of course, decides who gets your stuff when you die. It reminds you to appoint a guardian for your children (if any) and your pets (if any). It even gives you the option of providing an amount of money to whoever gets your pets, so they can afford to buy pet food and take your animals to the vet. The Health Care Directive allows you to appoint someone to make vital medical decisions, should you be incapacitated. (Hint: Make sure you trust them!) You can also specify your wishes regarding life support, organ donation, and so forth. Durable Power of Attorney for Finances permits you to name someone to take over your finances and care for your property, should you be hospitalized or unable to handle things yourself. Final Arrangements lets you specify your wishes for burial or cremation. Information for Caregivers & Survivors lets you provide vital information, such as your bank account info, life insurance, and so forth, which others might need, should you be hospitalized or die.
I'll admit, it can be depressing to make these kinds of decisions. But it's far better to do it now, while you're healthy, than to wait until you're in a life-or-death situation. Especially with the financial stuff. Do you really want your spouse to have to guess your computer password, then dig around your files, trying to figure out when each bill is due, just so you don't lose the house while you're sick in the hospital? This program makes it easy to provide the information others will need in an emergency.