Ease the Burden of Decision-Making During Terminal Illness With a Living Will.

A living will (also known as an Advanced Directive) is a legal document that instructs others how to provide medical treatment in a situation where a person is terminally ill or permanently unconscious. A living will is an important aspect of any estate planning regimen because it allows you to carry out your personal wishes with respect to life-sustaining medicine while simultaneously easing the decision-making burden of a family member during this stressful time.

Like other estate planning documents, a living will must follow specific drafting rules to be considered valid. Attorney Adam Anderson can explain the reasons for having a living will and will be happy to discuss your individual questions and concerns with regard to this important document. Contact Attorney Anderson today to start your estate planning process.

Eric Davis, Esq.

Elliott & Davis, PC

412.434.4911 x 11

eric@elliott-davis.com

425 First Avenue, First Floor Pittsburgh, PA 15219

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