A living will is a document that states ahead of time what kind of end of life care you would like to receive. Some people may want a do-not-resuscitate (DNR) issued, or may want artificial life-sustaining technology to be withdrawn. These can be very difficult decisions for family members or other loved ones to make on your behalf.
A living will allows you to make these kinds of decisions ahead of time so your loved ones don’t have to face this difficult situation.
Making sure the proper estate planning instruments are in place in order to help you or your loved ones avoid the difficult decisions that may come with end of life care is critical to avoid placing the responsibility on your loved ones minds and hearts. If you would like to sit down for a free strategy session to see the best individual route to drafting a comprehensive will, give us a call at (614) 321-2422, or send us a message by visiting our contact page.
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