Should you reach a point during your lifetime when you’re no longer able to make medical decisions for yourself, our office prepares an advance medical directive as part of your estate plan. In this set of documents, you make important decisions regarding who your health agent will be and the medical decisions that should be made on your behalf. The advance medical directive works to ensure that a loved one is fulfilling your desires. It also eliminates the need for the court to appoint a guardian or conservator.
What’s an Advance Directive and Why Do You Need One?
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