Living Wills and Advance Care Directives

Many individuals have express wishes regarding end of life matters, such as whether to be kept on life support, be resuscitated, treated for newly discovered illnesses, whether to donate organs post-mortem, etc. You may not want your family members to bear the burden of making these and similar grave decisions. A living will or advance care directive is a document whereby you pre-determine the answers to such vital decisions. Tull Law Firm Senior Associate Megan E. Tull can explain and put into place your desires regarding such life decisions and help her clients understand the legal issues incorporated in each document.