If you are alive but unable to convey your wishes regarding the health care you receive, your loved ones will be faced with the difficult task of determining your treatment without your guidance and direction. Unfortunately, this is usually a very emotional and stressful time, and some will want to "hold on" longer than others, or even you, would want. There is a delicate balance to be struck here, and the person most equipped for handling that balance is you through a well-drafted and thorough "Advanced Health Care Directive." That document will not only identify the level of care you wish to receive in the event your incapacity, but also discuss organ donation issues, cemetery arrangements, and other facets of this time of your life that is otherwise very stressful and uncertain for your family.
Your family and friends love you and want the best for you. Putting them in a position of having to guess your wishes or asking them to make decisions without your input that could leave them feeling guilty should not be options for you. Rather, contact Maloof Law Group
and have us help you consider your options and fashion your wishes in a way that is just-right for you and your family.