Advanced Healthcare Directives

Also referred to as a “Living Will,” your advanced directive comes into play when you are incapacitated and near death.

This important document preserves your right to refuse medical treatments and procedures you don’t want. It also states the type of procedures you do want. Doctors and estate planning attorneys universally recommend that everyone over the age of 18 execute advanced directives.

We include advanced directives in every trust and will package.




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