Brandon S. Peters, Esquire
Estate Planning: Living Will
Here is part four of a six part series that aims to provide general information about various tools that can be helpful in Estate Planning
Today, we’re going to focus on Living Wills.
What is a Living Will?
A Living Will document that provides instructions to your loved ones and healthcare providers if your death is imminent because of a serious medical condition or an accident. This document allows you to specify in advance the degree of medical care and life-sustaining support you will receive in such circumstances.
Why should I consider having a Living Will?
Crisis situations are difficult times. By laying out your wishes in advance, you will afford your friends and family peace of mind by removing the need to make very difficult decisions during your hospitalization.