The Importance Of A Living Will

We’re often asked by clients if they can make sure that they are not kept alive by artificial means if they are in a terminal situation due to an accident or illness. Our answer is that a Living Will is an important part of their Estate Plan because it clearly states what their wishes are regarding medical decisions such as life support and nutrition if they are not able to communicate these themselves.
With offices in Orange Park, Jacksonville, and St. Augustine, our Elder Law Attorneys work with many clients in North Florida to address their Estate Planning concerns by creating comprehensive lifetime planning documents to ensure that their loved ones and health care providers know and respect their wishes about medical decisions and heroic measures in the event of an emergency or crisis situation.
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