1. The power of attorney is missing page 3. You appear to have uploaded two copies of page 2. I can't comment further here without page 3. Pleae try again.
2. The Last Will and Testament is a typical "pourover will." It's sole purpose is to permit you to collect any assets not assigned to the testator's trust at death, and deposit those assets into the trust for distribution to the ultimate beneficiaries named in the trust instrument.
3. The trust is unusually simple. It provides that all "tangible personal property" (i.e., clothing, furniture, motor vehicles, vessels, collectables, physical rare metals, jewelry, artwork, plants, animals -- effectively everything other than real estate, securities and cash). shall be distributed solely to you. All real estate or intangible property (i.e., cash, stocks, bonds, notes, bank and investment accounts, certificates of deposit, rental contract, royalty agreement, copyrights, patents, trademarks, etc.), is to be distributed to the "heirs-at-law," which under NMSA 45-1-201(A)(23), means those persons entitled to take under NMSA 45-2-103. Note that under trust section XIII D., all grandchildren are intentionally omitted from any distribution. This is potentially a very bad provision, because it means that if any child dies, then that child's entire line of decedents is completely omitted from the trust distribution.
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