What are Health Care Directives?
Simply put, health care directives, often referred to as a living will, is the most powerful legal tool to ensure that your family respects your final wishes regarding medical care at the end of your life. A living will is also the best way to remove the emotional burden on a loved one who has to make tough decisions in the event that you become incapacitated. Not knowing what you would have chosen for yourself can leave your spouse and children with a lifetime of guilt and worry.
It is never too early to give your family the gift of a living will, in the event of an accident or unexpected illness. Morris Hall, PLLC, has the expertise necessary to make sure that your intentions are clearly understood, removing room for ambiguity, which often leads to family disputes and litigation. As members of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys (AAEPA) and WealthCounsel, our legal team is able to provide documents that are clearly written, easy to understand and legally binding.
If you are the adult child of a senior citizen who does not have a living will in place, call us. We will offer to meet with your parent or parents and explain the importance of having a living will.
Don’t wait until you are facing a serious medical problem. Give your family the comfort of knowing exactly how you want to proceed with your medical care in the event of an accident or incapacity leading to possible death.
We have experience in these areas of elder care:
- Living wills, advanced health care directives
- Medical powers of attorney
- Mental health powers of attorney
- Conservatorships and guardianships
Contact us to arrange a consultation with an experienced lawyer today. Our offices are located in Phoenix, Tucson, Albuquerque and communities throughout Arizona and New Mexico.
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