A living will is a legal document setting forth your final wishes so that your health care provider, family and health care power of attorney can respect those final wishes. A living will is commonly referred to as an advance directive, health care directive or a physician's directive. Items included in a living will are whether you would like to receive life-prolonging measures or would rather have such measures withheld. Family members should not be burdened with having to make these final decisions for you and then wonder if the decisions made were in fact what you would have wanted. What if the decisions made are contrary to yours? Living wills and health care power of attorney are most often executed together. If you do not have a living will drafted, contact Rutherford Robertson, P.A. and schedule your confidential consultation to have that document drafted and make your final wishes known.
Related services are: Powers of Attorney, Guardianships
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