End-of-Life preparation is not something anyone wants to think about, but is something everyone should think about. It not only allows you to be the one to make decisions determining what happens to your possessions and the things most important to you in life, but allows you to make personal decisions regarding late-life health care choices.
By taking the time to prepare, you not only get to make the choices on what type of care you would want in case of certain medical conditions, but also decide on issues such as organ donation. By taking the time now to prepare, you take that burden off of your family so that it is not an additional concern for family members while they may be caring for you or grieving your loss. Generally, we can prepare and finalize the documents during the initial consultation.Read More