If you live in Connecticut and are involved in estate planning and are considering drafting a living will, then contact our law office. Living wills, also known as advance health care directives and health care powers of attorney are legal documents that give doctors and hospitals your specific instructions about medical treatment or life-sustaining care when you are unable to convey them yourself.
With a well-planned living will you can appoint someone to make necessary healthcare decisions on your behalf and also prevent medical professionals from administering unwanted medical treatment. With this legal document in place, you can prevent avoidable medical expenses that might become the responsibility of your family and loved ones.
No one plans to be incapacitated, in a coma, or a vegetative state, but accidents happen and being prepared in advance can spare your loved ones from difficult decisions and financial burdens. At the law office of Weber & Rubano, LLC we can offer cost-effective legal representation in drafting a variety of estate planning documents including living wills, order not to resuscitate, an appointment of a health care agent, appoint of a conservator, and an appointment of a power of attorney.
To learn more about these documents and how a living will can help protect your family should you become incapacitated, contact an attorney at the law office of Weber & Rubano, LLC today.