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What does Intestacy mean?

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Sometimes called an Advance Medical Directive, a Living Will allows you to state your wishes in advance regarding what types of medical life support measures you prefer to have, or have withheld/withdrawn if you are in a terminal condition (without reasonable hope of recovery) and cannot express your wishes yourself. Often times a living will is executed along with a Durable Power of Attorney for Health care, which gives someone legal authority to make your health care decisions when you are unable to do so yourself.

We welcome you to contact us or check out why you shouldn’t wait to have your Living Will drawn up. Please also check out our Wills and Trusts section of our website to learn more. Our thoughtful estate planning packages provide varying levels of protections, suited to your unique goals and needs.

Ask For Help with your Living Will or Durable Power of Attorny for Health Care From A Marietta Business Attorney

When planning for your family's or your own future, there will be a lot to consider. Consult with a Marietta attorney to determine which is the best plan for you and your family. Contact Faulkner Law at (770) 685-9501 to learn about our Estate Planning Services and make sure you are covered adequately.