Pittsburgh Living Wills Attorney
A Living Will is completely different from a Will. Many people think they are the same, but they are not. A Will is a power of attorney that determines how to distribute your assets and liabilities after you die. A Living Will, called a Health Care Directive in Pennsylvania, determines who will make health care decisions on your behalf, in the event that you become incapacitated or terminally ill. This legal document provides the detailed and specific instructions to the designated individual when making end-of-life health care decisions.
For more information about Living Wills and Health Care Directives, and how I can help you obtain one, Contact me online today. I offer free telephone consultations. Call 412-283-1000 for an experienced Pittsburgh Living Wills lawyer.
Quality Livings Wills and Other Estate Planning Services
As a skilled Pittsburgh Living Wills and Health Care Directives attorney, I have over 29 years of legal experience I bring to each and every one of my clients’ legal situations. I would encourage you to seek my assistance as soon as possible. The sooner we can have an initial discussion regarding the estate planning process and your specific needs, the sooner I can begin developing a thorough plan on your behalf. Do not take the risk of waiting or assuming your loved ones know exactly what your wishes are in the event of your incapacitation or death.
Durable Healthcare Powers of Attorney
Just like any power of attorney, a Durable Healthcare Power of Attorney names a designated “agent”. That agent then has the power and authority to make health care decisions on your behalf. In the event of permanent incapacity or terminal illness, using specific instructions in your Living Will, the agent will be able to carry out your wishes in a proper manner. Do not leave your loved ones with the burden of guessing your end-of-life wishes. Make your wishes clear now so that they do not have to guess.
Free Telephone Consultation – South Hills Village Durable Healthcare Powers of Attorney
Contact me online or call 412-283-1000 for a free telephone consultation. We can discuss your estate planning options and your interest in a Living Will, Health Care Directive, or Durable Health Care Power of Attorney.