Do I Need a Living Will?

April 19, 2016





 A living will can be a useful document for any person that is concerned about how medical care is delivered in a crisis.  If you find yourself incapacitated, unconscious or in a coma, a living will (along with a power of attorney) will allow a family member to direct medical professionals according to your preferences.   This can include issues like life support measures, nutrition and other measures to address your condition. 


Without a living will, physicians are limited in how they can act, and will always default to conservative steps for prolonging life.  Let us talk to you about how a living will can play an essential role for healthcare in your estate plan.

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