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Power of Attorney &Healthcare Proxy Metrowest Attorney

This scenario plays out every day in hospital emergency rooms and nursing homes across the nation. Someone is seriously hurt in an accident, suffers a life-threatening stroke or heart attack, or becomes unresponsive due to late-stage illnesses. Family members then face the decision about how much medical care to approve.

Even if you have talked to your family about the kind of medical care you would want in such a situation, when the time comes to make such a decision, they may feel so stressed and confused that they go against your wishes.

The best strategy for ensuring your medical wishes are followed is to have a living will and to give someone decision-making authority with a healthcare proxy.

Take This Simple Step, Today

No matter what your age, a Living Will and Healthcare Proxy are estate planning documents you need to have in place. While there are several issues you will need to decide, Milford estate planning attorney Raymond Mastroianni can help you understand the ramifications of those decisions.

This is not an expensive process and does not need to take a lot of time to complete, but it may be very important in your future. Usually it is done at the same time you are drafting other estate planning documents. Take the time today to call (508) 473-8801 for a free consultation.

Financial Power of Attorney

In cases of degenerative illness, like Alzheimer's, you may also wish to give someone Financial Power of Attorney. This would need to be done while the person is still of sound mind. It would ensure that someone can step in to pay the bills when he or she is no longer able to handle financial matters.

With a Healthcare Proxy and a Financial Power of Attorney in place, the family of a seriously ill person may be able to take care of the needs of a dependent adult without having to go through the costly and complicated process of seeking guardianship.

Talk with a Metrowest Area Living Will Lawyer

Don't wait until an emergency occurs. Give your family peace of mind by getting your affairs in order today. Contact our Milford law office online.

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