A health care proxy appoints someone to make health care decisions for you when you are unable to make them yourself. A living will nominates someone to make end of life decisions in the event you cannot live without assistance and will not recover. Absent documents such as these, family members can dispute who makes those decisions, often leading to substantial legal fees.
It is important that these documents be drafted by an attorney so that they reflect your wishes within the bounds of state law. An experienced attorney will include many enhancements and nuanced language which you will not find on physician provided forms, and will guide you through the execution process so that your documents are legal and valid.
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