Every end-of-life plan should include an advance health care directive, which provides for what type of medical care you will--or will not--receive (a.k.a. a living will) and who will make medical decisions on your behalf (a.k.a. durable health care power of attorney, health care proxy or surrogate) if you become unable to make those decisions for yourself. Advance health care directives can also provide for such things as organ donation and funeral arrangements.
The Law Offices of Dylan Boyd can draft an advance health care directive that will ensure that your particular health care and end-of-life decisions are well respected. Please call our office for a free initial consultation.