Did you know that in addition to safeguarding your financial legacy for future generations, an effective estate plan also includes contingencies for future health care and end-of-life decisions?
A Health Care Proxy, with appropriate HIPAA language, allows you to designate an Agent to make decisions for you -when you are unable to do so- about a wide range of health care decisions including surgery and experimental treatments.
And a Living Will informs doctors and other health care professionals of your specific wishes regarding artificial life support, feeding tubes, and hydration if you are unable to communicate on your own behalf.
Kindly schedule a no-cost initial consultation with us today to review how to prepare for emergency health care and end-of-life contingencies, together with all aspects of your estate plan.