Last Will & Testament, Living Will and Power of Attorney
A Last Will and Testament is an important document that allows you to define how you want your assets to be distributed upon your death.
A Power of Attorney is a document that gives someone else the authority to make decisions on your behalf if you become incapacitated.
A Living Will is a legal document that provides instructions on what medical treatments should and should not be provided to you if you become unable to make decisions for yourself. It can be used to state your wishes regarding life-sustaining measures, such as the use of artificial nutrition and hydration.
A Living Will can also name a person who will make decisions on your behalf if you are unable to do so. It is important to update your Living Will regularly as your wishes may change over time.
Each of these documents should be written with the assistance of a qualified attorney to ensure that they are legally binding and properly executed. Having these documents in place can provide peace of mind that your wishes will be respected in the event of your death or incapacitation.